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Fr-oa Tanity Tia
Arlrnut W n rl in the Southern 'onller
mc Tbe Show Confiscated.
You have- 4rhiif womlT--d wLrrf.ihouM 1
wan f..r .hut many iliVt K"n,? I0.11!1- -4'r-chain
jou f-!Hi I'd g-n TooiuJ oi'
the Caj j.jfet.-4, tho 1 d-nt know what tin- i.
It a jK.j.kT noipapT fra."4.
IJ.-jtn to my tiiil, auJ I m1--h. that ve ui.iv
litre. I'ti lx--n amour the S-hT, u euroin I
my JIly pei-k hy my Iiiai. rerf-.v-liuii. -Ami
I.avn't tun ! tiuv: fr wt-! l tuy t'ucih; quill t'r I
" the Irt Komic paper," aipl if you'll all jw I
me t- kute fr-iu yiur truotl-ful Milvertt.-m lit. I
My suet eM Hi a pk:ilv, uti-1 1 lil.;wi": ha-1 a
n..rrer scajie of my lite. If what I've N-eii
threw m "ath-rri hjitality," h.ut which
we've hwiin so much, th-.-ii I .. I rw.un-1 to ob
sarve that they in-vie t much me. They
waJ altogether too Iuti-h with tin ir attenohun.
I went ai:)-ri; th--? S-her with no fwlin;r'
of annnnowity. I wnt iit my jitrf-h4.rna. cu
pacity. I 'was actinutt-! by one of the most
Lofikut dt-un-t which can swell the human li--zum,
via, to gire the jple their moneys
worth, hy ohowin them uj;:nhu9 1 Visits Wax
Statuots which I vtnter to my air unnirjast lv
any other t-t-itoot anywhere. I will not call
that man who roys my BtatooW i humhujjs a
lier and a hosn thif, hut l.ring hrn Ie4 me and
PI! wither him with one of my skornful fnwr.t.
But to pros"-d with my tail. In my trtivil.t
threw the nonny Suth, I he-ar-1 hiap of talk
about S!nhin and buwtin up thts Union, hut I
didn't think it mounted to nothin. The j-oli-tician.q
in all the villages was pwan-in that Old
Ate ( ionic tiui-3 called the I'nhyrie flour)
shouldn't nercr le nog,;-ratl. They a'so made
fool of thcTolTes in varU wayf, hut as they
was used to that I didn't let it worry me very
much, and the Stars and S.rii-?i continnerd to
wave ov r my little tent. Moor over 1 was a
Son of Malty and a memher of sevril other
Temperance Societi--s, and my wife she was a
DawW of Malty an I pne.i these fax would
ecoor m the influence and pertertion of all the
first famerlies. Alas' I wo dirapjiointeil.
State arter State Be8e?hel and it growed hotter
aii hotter for the undonined. Things came to
a climhmocks in a rmall town in Alahamy,
where I was rremtorally ordereil to haul down
the Sum and Stripes.
A deppytaahun of red Sired men came up to
the door of my tent ware 1 was stan-lin takin
money (the artemoou exhibichun had commennt,
and my Italy an organ grinder was j-rkin his
soul utiirin chimes.)
VTf air cum. sir," said a millingtary man
in a cocked hat, upon a hi and holey minhun.
The Southern Eagle is ecreamin threwout this
sunny land proudly and defiantly scream in,
" What's the matter with him," sez I, " don't
bis Tittles fit well on his stummick !"
That Eagle, sir, will continner to 5CTeam all
over this Brite and tremenjus land !"
Wall, let him scream. If your Eagle can
amuse himself by screaming, let him went!"
Tbe men annoyed me, for I wab Bizzy makin
He are cum, Sir, upon a matter of dooty
Ytu're right Capting. Its
dooty to visit my show," sed I.
e are cum
And that's the reason you are here!" sez
1 larin one of my silvery Iarfs. I thawt if he
wanted to goak I'd give him one of my sparklin
2r, you're inserl?nt. The plain question is
will rou haul down the Star Spangled Banner,
and hist the Southern flag?"
Nary hist !" Thoe was my replj.
Your wax wotks and beests is then confi-ca-tel
St you are arrested as a Spy?"
Sex I, " My fragrant rosea of the Southern
clime and blooming daffodils, what's the price of
whiskey in this town, and how many cubic feet
of that seductive flooid cm you individooaly
They made no reply to that, but said my wax
figgers was confiscated. I axed them if that was
gioevally the Mile among thieves in that country,
to which they also made no reply, but sed I was
arretted as a py, and mut go to Montgomery
in turns. They were by this time jined by a
large crowd of other patriot, who commenst
holl. rin Hang the bald headed Aberlitionist,
and bust up his immoral exhibition !" I was
ceased and tied to a stump, and the crowd went
lor my tent that water proof pavillion, wherin
instruction and amoofhment had been so muchly
combined at 15 cent per head and tore it all to
pieces. Meanwhile dirty faced boys was throw
in stuns and empty beer bottles at my mase-ive
brow, and takin other improper lilierties with
my person. Koistance was useless, fur a va
riety of rt-awns, as 1 readily observed.
The Seseshers confiscated my sta toots by
smanhin them to attums. Then they went to
my money box and confi;cated all the loose
charge therein contained. They then went and
bust in my eag-s I ttn all the animiles loose,
a small but h althy tigr among the ret. This
tiger has a excentric way of tearing dogs to
Sieees and 1 alters sposed from his general con
vict that he'd have no hesitation in servin hu
man beins in the same way if he could git at
them. Excuse me if I was crooil, but I larfed
boyitrously when I saw that tiger spring in
among the peple Go it my sweet cues!" I
ioardly exclaimed, " I forgive you for bitin off
my left thum with all my heart ! Kip "em up
like a bully tiger whose lire has been inwaded
by Sects hers :
I can't say for certain that the tiger serisly
injured any of them, but as he was seen a few
days after sum miles distant, with a large and
well selected assortment of seats of trowsers in
his mouth, aud as he lookt as tho he'd bin havin
sum vilent exercisr I rayther guess he did.
You will therefore perceive that they didn't
vonfiscate him much.
I was carried to Montgomery in iurns and
placed in durans vial. The jail was a ornery
edi5e, but the table was liberally supplied with
Baking and Cabbage. This was a good variety,
for when I didn't hanker after Baking I could
help myself to the cabbage.
I had nobody to talk to or nothin to talk
about, however, and I was very lonely specially
on the first day ; so when the jailer parst my
Ioriely sell I put the few stray hairs on the back
partof my hed (I'm bald now, but there was a
time when I wore sweet auburn ringlets) into as
diah heviled a state as possible, k rollin my eyes
like a manyyuck, I cried : Stay, jailer, stay !
1 am not mad but soon shall be if you don't
bring me su thin to Talk?" lie brung me sum
noospapers, tor which 1 thanked him kindly.
At last I got an interview with Jefferson
Davis, the President of the Southern Confede
racy. He was quite perlite, and axed me to sit
down and state my case. I did it, when he
larfed and sed his gallunt men had been a little
2 enthusiastic in confisscatin my show.
Yes," sex 1, they confivated me too much
ly. I had some hosses confiscated in the same
way enct. but the confiscators are now poundin
tun in the State Prison at Injinnapylus."
Wall, wall, Mister Ward you are at liberty
to depart ; you are friendly to the South I know.
Even now we have many i'rens in the North who
sympathize with us, ana won't mingle with the
J. Davis there's your great mistaik. Many
of us was your sincere friends, and though certain
parties among us was fussin about you and med
dling with your consarns intirely too much.
Bat J. Davis, the minnit you fire a gun at that
pieces of dry goods called Xi Star Spangled Ban
ner, the North gits up and rises en massy, in
defence of that 1-anner. Not agin you as in
dividools not agin the South even but to save
the flag. We should indeed be weak in the
knees, unsound in the heart, milk white in the
liver, aud soft in the hed, if we stood quietly by
and saw this (Jovyment smashed to pieces, either
by a fcrrin or a intestine foe. The gentle har
ted mother hates to take her naughty child
across her knee, but she knows it is her duty to do
it. So rre shall hate to whip the naughty South,
bat we mast da it if you don't make tracks at
onct, and ws shall wallop you out of your boots.
J. Davis it is my decided opinion that the Sonny
South is making a egregius mutton-hed of her
Goon, sir, you're safe rnuff. You're too
small powder forme !" sed the President of the
Wait till I go home and start out the BalJ
invil! Moanted IIoss Cavalrv! I'm Captain
Siler Bjy. J.xJ Bye. my loll buccaneer'
Pirut of the deep blue rea, a'l i '. adoo !"
My tower through the Suthern t'onfb.-ray
on my way home wa thrillin enulT fur yeller
e.ers. It will form the subjH.-k of my next.
B-tMy .lane and the progeny are well.
Yuiin rrctfullv. A. WAhI.
Ilia Trialvuuil Aleulur.
I hud a tiarr-r ent- fr-ni the soimy S.uth.
The wings and arrer- f outraju f-rtia." al-lud-d
t l-y Ilainli' k. warn't nothing in cin
jarion to iny truh!--. I c!i J's-ky le-ar
swcariri miiii rofatie oath- inore'n oiict, hut I
hope I di ln't do it. f r I've promi-t e whore
name chall be ruii.- l' " (es pt that I cr ini:i i!r is
Bety J.) that I'll jino the Me. tin ll .ii--- at
UaMi'ii'Yille, j.-t :i ...on as I can M-rape money
eiiuff together " ' "n ford to !? pii;.-s in good
stile. Ilk'? lay wealthy na'-r. Hut if I'm con-li.-tieutel
a-in I'm atrui'l I f-l.-ail contiim'.-r tn iu
my pr--nt lx-nit'-l rt.it- for s-iiise time.
"l tigg' P-d eoii.;cvur!y in niuny thrillin rc-nn
in my tower from Montgomery to my huiii.-t- d.
and on r-vril oee:t.J,,ris I thoiiglit ' the grate
koifiie I'ar r" wouldn't never le mrich'-d r.o more
with u: tubrieatioiis. Arter bidden adoo to Jef.
fersvn I. I s:artl for tin: d jrot. 1 saw a nigges
sittin on a feii'-ea-plavin on a banjo. 4i My Atri
kin Brother." I, cotiti from a Track 1 wouct
rel, " vou fwloiig to a very inter-tiri race.
You Tna-ters is goin to war excloo-iv'-ly on your
' Yes, ho.'" he r-plied, " an I wi-.li V tn hon
orable grave !" and he went on play in the banjo
larCti all over and penin his mouth wide cnutl
to drive in an old farhined '1 wheeled shay.
The train of car in which I was to trurt my
walh-rhle life was the N-:ilit, rickytieMt lkiii
lot f coiir-arns that I hit mw i n whet-Is afore,
" What time doe this string of tcond-hand cof
fin? leave?" I inquired of the depot muster.
He Kid directly, anil 1 went in & sot down. I
hand't inore'n fairly Sfjiiatted afore a dark lookin
man with a swinister expression onto his coun
tenance entered the cars, an 1 lookin very sharp
at me, he axd what was my prinsipuls?
S?eeh!" I anwred. " I'm a Dissoluter.
I'm iu favor of Jeff. Davis. Buregard, Pickens,
Capt. KidI, Bloobeard, Monroe thirds, the
devil. Mr, Cunningham and all the rest of em."
" You're in favor of the war?"
"Certingly, B" all means. I'm in favor of
tin, war and also of the next war. I've been in
favor of the nixt war for over sixteen year!"
" War to the knife !" sed the man.
- Blud, Eargo. Mud !" el I, tho them words
isn't origenal with me. Them words was rit by
Shaks:t.re, who is dead. His Mantle fell onto
the author of 44 The Seven Sisters," who's gone to
have a Spring overcoat made out of it.
We got under way at larst, an proceeded on
our journey at about the rate of speed which is
ginerully observed by projerly conducted fune
ral furcesfhuns. A hansum young gal, with a
red musketer bar on the back part of her hed,
and a sassy little black hat tipt over her furred,
sot in the seat with me. She wore a little Se
ceh flag pin'd onto her hat, and she was a go
ing for too see her troo love, who had jined the
Southern army, ail so bold and gay. So she
told me. Sh was chilly and 1 ottered her my
" Father livin?" I axed.
Jot any Uncles?"
A beep. Uncle Thomas is ded, tho."
" Peace to Uncle Thomas's ashes, and success
to him ! I will le your Uncle Thomas ! Lean
on me, my prettv Seeesher, and linger in Bliss
ful repe ?"' She slept so secoorly as in her own
housen, and didn't disturb the Solium stillness of
the night with 'ary snore.
At the first stashun a troope of Sobers entered
the cars and inquired if " Old Wax Works" was
on board. That was the disresjectiv stile in
which they referred to me. 44 Itecauz if Old
Wax Works is on board," sez a man with a
face like a double-breasted lohstcr, 44 we're go
ing to hang Old Wax Works!"
44 My illustrious and patriotic Bummers!"
sez I, a gittin up and takin orf my Shapjoo. 44 if
you allude to A. Ward, it's my pleasin dooty to
inform you that he's dead. He saw the error of
his ways at 12 minits past 2 yesterday, and
8tabled hisself with a stufled t-ledstake, dyin in
five beautiful tahluos to slow music ! His larst
words was : 4 My perfeshernal career is over !
I jerk no more ? ' "
44 And who be you ?"
44 I'm a stoodent in Senator Benjamin's law
offiss. I'm goin up North to steal sum spoons
and things for the Southern Army.
This was satisfactory and the intossicated
trooj-ers went orf. At the next station the pret
ty little Secesher awoke and sed she must git out
there. 1 did her a kind adoo and giv her sum
provisions. 44 Accept my blcsin and this hunk
of gingerbred!" I sed- She thankt me muchly
and tript galy away. There's considerable hu
man nater in a man, and I'm fraid I shall allers
give ade and comfert to the enemy if he cuius to
me in the shape of a nice young gal.
At the next stashun I didn't get orf so easy.
I was dragged out of the car and rolled in the
mud for several minits for the purpose of 44 tak
en the conseet out of me," as a Secesher kindly
I was let up final! v, when a powerful large
Secither ranie up ami embraced me, and to show
that he had no hard feel ins ugin me, put his
nose into my mouth. I returned the compli
ment by placing my stummick suddenly again
his right foot, when he kindly made a spittoon
of his able-lnslied face. Actooated by a desire
to see whether the Secesher had bin vaxinated I
then fastened my teeth onto his left coat-sleeve
and tore it to the sholder. We then vilenily
bunted our heads together for a few minits,
danced around a little, and sot down in a mud
puddle. We riz to our feet again !c by a sud
den & adroit movement I placed my left eye
again the Secesher's fist. We then rushed into
each other's arms and fell under a two-hoss
wagon. 1 was very much exhausted and didn't
care about gettin up ugin, but the man 6a id he
reckoned I'd better, and I concluded I would.
He pulled me tip but I hadn't bin on my feet
more'n two seconds afore the ground flew up
and hit me in the hed. The crowd sed it was
high old pport. but 1 couldn't zakly see where
the latture came in. I riz and we embraced
again. We careered madly to a steep bank,
when I got the upper hands of my antaggernist
and threw him into the raveen. He fell about
forty feet, striking a grinstone pretty hard. I
understood he was injured. I haven't heard
from the grinstone.
A man in a cockt hat cum up and ?ed he felt
as tho a apology was doo me. There was a
mistake. The crowd had taken me for another
man ! I told him not to mention it, axed him
if his wife and little ones was so as to be about,
and got on lard the train, which had stopped
at that station " 20 minits for refreshments."
I got all I wanted. It was the heartiest uieal I
I was rid on a rate the next day, a bunch of
blazin fire crackers being tide to my coat tales.
It was a fine spectacle in a dramatic pint of vu,
but 1 didn't enjoy it. 1 had other ailventer of
a startiin kind, but why continner ? Why lass
erate the Public Boozum with these here things?
Suffysit to say I got acros-s Mason &. Dixie's line
safe at last. I made tracks for my humsted, but
she with hume I'm harnist fer life failed to re
cognize, in the emashiated bein who stood be
fore her, tho gush in youth of forty-six summers
who had left her only a few months afore. But
I went into the pantry, and brought out a cer
tain black bottle. Raisin it to my lip. I sed
44 Here's to you, old gal !" I did it so natural
that she knowd me at wunce, 44 Those form.
Them voice '. That natural stile of doin things?
'Tishe!" she cried, and rushed into my arms.
It was to much for her A she fell into a swocji.
I came very near sw unding myself.
No more to day from yours for the Perpetra
tion of the Union, and the bringin of the God
dess of Ijlerty out of her present hid fix.
ONLY TW'a LEFT.-M.tDE BV S. I 4; II.
W. Smith this intrutrent are viry rich and heavy in
tone cd iilnirably ailaptcd for churches. Frr ar br
'tl C. BREWER CO.
FIRE! FIRE t !
FIRE I !
POR. SALK-GARDEN ENGINES: that
stream orer a tourr house.
C. BREWER k CO.
' RON" PLOWS. HAY CITTERS
Ox Yokei. Seed p:ntcr.
Ox !, Cane Cutter.
(train Cmilled. (lar.l-n Koni r.
ri.mtrrs H'. W li.-harrnwii.
HAVE ON HAND AND FOR
SALE AT MODERATE RATES,
A LARGE STOCK OF
AMoN'irT WHICH ARK
Fancy Prints of a gr-at variety of styles and Colors,
Ijdigo Blue Cottons,
Minute Pattern Turkey red and yellow Prints,
White ground Muslin, small patterns,
t .4 medium 44
Brilliants small and medium j attorns,
Black and White taj-e check Muslins,
Plain Turkey Red Cloth,
White Cotton Drills,
A great variety of Cotton Trowcrings,
Plain Black Silk!
Fancy fipured Silk,
Pure Silk Handkerchiefs
r.mbruiilrred silk flfrurt-J Aljica,
Fine black Alpatns,
Black ai.J colored figured Lustres,
Plain i"lrel Lutr--s,
fuperQue black auJ blue Cloth,
uM-rnoe black CaKaimere,
Plain blue Flannel,
Common black and blue Cloth,
Black and fancy UoesMns and mixed Trowxrrings
White Blanket, all tien,
Blue Iilaukrt, all size,
carl-t IShinkHtH, all sizes.
Common K'ankels, for horne cloth,
Bru-fsels and velvet Carpeting,
Lii:rv t;i i jimCr
Huckaback Towels and Toweling,
Plata white and fancy Linen Prill,
Clothing, Shirts, Shoes, Vc.
Black Cloth Pants, best Pilot Jackets, common do..
Blue serge Shirts of all qualities,
Woollen Undershirts, worsted Stockings,
White Shirts, assorted; Regatta Shirts.
Assorted qualities of Felt Hats,
Ladies Riding Hats. Oxford tie Shoes,
Children's Boots atnl Shoes, Crimean Boots,
Sup. cotton half hose, embr. cotton Oversbirts.
Brown Soap, Pickles, Pie Fruits, Sauces, Mustard, Salad Oil,
Scotch Oatmeal, fancy Biscuit, Olives, Capers, Jams,
Caudie,,cundie.l Peel, llloater Ub.e Salt, Currie Powder,
XJ 3j -A. O T1 JEZ !
Cuiraiil-t, Blue, Surch, Marking Ink, Seidliti Powder.
Boat English Saildles, ommon do., Pcllon Rugs,
Boiled Linseed Oil, cotton Umbrellas, Silk Umbrellaa,
Hughes 6l Jones' Perfumery,
Musk, Kfsence of Sandal Wood, Windsor Soap,
Sarsaparilla, nests Tubs, Fencing Wire, Hoop Iron,
Anchors and Chains,
Bar Iron, aborted; Boiler Plate, Iron Safes, Crow Bars,
Tin Plate, IC and IX, bripht Iron Wire, Sheet Lead,
Sets Sugar Pans,
Nobles k Hoare's assorted Varnishes,
ROSK ELL'S WATCI1E?, goi and silver.
BottW Ale and Porter, various brands,
Draught Ale in hhds.,
Martell's lirandj, in qr. casks,
Hennt-ssj's I'.randj, in qr. casks,
Otard's Krandj, in qr. casks.
Common Brandy, in qr. cat-ks,
Ca.-it.-is Cling-T TJrandj,
Casts Scotch Whisky,
Cs Royal Highland Whisky,
Cases Old Tom (iin,
Cases Glenlivet Whisky,
The celebrated PALE ORANGE BITTERS,
Cases Duff Gordon Sherry,
Cases Super. Pale Sherry,
Cases Samleinan's Irt,
Cases Champagne, Fores tior Fils,
Cases Claret, Chateaux Margaux,
Cases Claret, St. Julien,
White Granite Dinner sets,
White Granite Tea set9,
Dishes, Plates, Jugs, Mugs,
Metal covered Jugs,
Breakfast Cups and Saucers,
Ewers and Basins, Cover Dishee,
Yellow Nappies, Teapots,
N. B. This Earthenware, is now open, and is
offered in lots to suit families, at unprecedented
ly low rates, to close shipments.
Janion, Green & Co.
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Utr, aud 107 Cat. Street, San Cranci-co.
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HPFUK TO :
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Mcr. C. Khkwf.h St Co.,
A. I. Evkkktt, Esq.,
li. Pitman. K.h.;
C. S. HATEAWAT.
I. F. MONE
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Comero! Ht t.KN" ltoAiiainl I'httim.kk sraKi.T, IIiii!ioii;.
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Spalhis.;. Honolulu, Siiinlwichl.-iaiiils. li4-ly
CHARLES F. ROSBINS,
i Importer a nil Dealer in
;Type, Presses, Printing Material,
INKS, V A It I ST O C K , Jk e , ,
Xo 411 to 417 CLAY STREET,
(lUTOMTK FRANK K AK r.R's,)
; 251-ly SAN KKANCISCO.
PAINTER & CO.,
1 I'ractifal Prin ttm. and Dealers iu
fily. 7 TVll-, I'llliss i-;.4",
PWMING MATERIALS, INK, PAPER, CARPS, ic
-A 31 O Cliv St.. nbove Sannomr,
j. b. lAisTKB) SAN FRANCISCO.
J. M. PAINTKI:
T. v. i' a i nt Kit S "CT Offices fitted out with dispatch.
.i. .i. soi;teiuatk: -& Co.
Iiaj'orlers &, f or.iniis-iion Merc Slants.
DltlCK FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE,
ir.MON WIIAItr, VICTORIA, V.
KLFKK P.Y PKKMISSIOX. TO
- Messrs. T.. Pavihsos A: Co.. Hankers, San Franciteo,
j ' Panifl iniB .v; Cu, 1
i " C. A. l.ovi jc Co., San Francisco.
Cross 4- Co.,
j 44 E. HoKFsciiLAE'iKR & Stafknihir.t, Honolulu.
! li 0 XGOX U I . NE V Z E X L A X D .
! G EN ERA L M ERCIIANT & CUSTOM HOUSE AGENT
; (WAS M ADK A lilt A NKKMKNTS TO KF.GP
constantly on tiaiui n lart and well selected stock of
; SHIP CHANDLERY,
and everything renuired for a couipW" outtit.
j IT Frt h .tnpplies, jxt.ttK.-s, and tirewtNul, all furnished at
i the short-! notice.
Monu'"i.ui li-s in the .nuth-ean part of I.anritanor Doubtless
Bav, ami is in latitude o5 de. 6 min. S., and bmptude 17.1 de-;.
! 3S inin. E lS3-tf '
GOMFyIISSIOH and purchasing
2()7 Dnane Street, New York.
nAVIXtt KSTAI.IS1IKI IIIMSKLF AS
a Oen-ral t'otn mission and Pun-ha-.m-r Air.-nt, wouM
r'-i-eiUfullv- inform- the Mwrchant and Public prni-ml'v of the
II iiv tuHii Islands, that he is irepared to recei-e or-b-r for ant
liKscmi'TtoS tiK Mk.hi hanp'.sk, to wliirh he will pve personal
ind strict atti-ntion in fromftlv attvtulinz to at a very l"W cr-m-'
mission. Havin fr made arrar.L'ements wiih lK'al'-r in New York.
! he is prepared to send orders, however small, ennsistin:? of
: Hardware, Dry and Fancy Uoods. Kooks. Music, Musicol ln?tru
. merits, Azncultural Implements, Machinery, Carriages, Harnms,
J Furniture, iVc, A-, at wholesale prices.
Ool9 received in Honolulu by V. H. Pimond, who will a!
receive and forward onters.
' Kemittanres should a-company all orders. Por-snns senlinp
orders will please state the rute hy which they wisli their goods
shiped ; also if they wish an insurance effected.
i REFERS To
' A. P. Kvkrftt, Honolulu,
i F. I.. Hanks x Co., 44
; E. O. Hai l. "
li. P. Jrnr.. M. D., Honolulu,
II. M. Wh-tsft.
B. P;tia.s. Hilo, Hawaii.
0!"T:-e. 207 Duane Street. New York.
OF VHLi:SIIIPS.V 0TI1KR VESSELS
l-(IOIK)F SI PKKKIR UCAMTV ( AX
I T W had at Rol.i.iA, a; per c r 1 ; 1-r-sJi He-f at 4 c.
J-- r h ; Sheeji, at per head, and Uoats at 1 .ill a head.
Also, Fruits and V -.-etaMes of various kind? can ! procured at
, the ai've r.am-'d port.
j-j- W.hI always "n hand at the h-a. h in nuantities to suit
urehasers. ' ('i-U i liKnKilK CIIAKMAN.
SALT! SALT! SALT.
MANl FACTLRED AT THE
P IT I! I, O A S A li T WO II KS!
milErXDERSlCXKI) IS READVTO FI'R
M. nish to Hutchers ami Parkers, in the largest ouar.tities, a
rery superior article, KiJL AL TIIK. I1K?T IMPORTED
SA LT, and a, a price to I)el Com r-l i I ion I F"r terms
applvto jjANlEL MiiNTOi.iMF.RY,
14J-tf Puul- Salt Works.
PEARL RIVER SALT.
VTK HAI" K CONST AXTI.Y OX II.IXD
alt trim the Ptarl River Salt Works. Ntth Coarse and
fine, t'uantities to suit, at the lowest n-.arki t rates. Also. Ka
waihae Puito s, in uuantitin to suit, and ! liv-reil at shortest
notice. WILL OA, lilt. 11 A lil'S A- IU,
i 217-om Wueea street.
Views of Honolulu !
' a i A persons visitix; on residixo
on these Nlar. Is. should not fail to semi a;tu( li. If.
BiirBe"" View of Honolulu to their friends ahroad,
i as they will convey by far a better idea of the Scenery. Habits,
1 Customs, etc., of this place than any works or prints ever pub
I lished. T h bad if E. lrUESS.
' ' l -c2&r Fort street
THE ABOVE WELL KNOWN
n.'.ire h re. will -ta-id rtur.nc the sum-in-r
at Mr. Wm. 1'i.ncan's residence
in Nuuanu Valley.
F-jr j jrt;:i'.ars. apply at
W. IU.' N CAN'S
Elacksrr.ith S)icp. Kink: Street.
Snsrar ami Syrup Mvs.
" ll) S .L. EMI'TV KEfis.
y c r t i ? n c r r t i ; mi p. is.
TO SHIPPERS OI' OIL AM) WIILi:
II ON E.
r, . THE PACIFIC Mlll.STE.tM
. '"i i i iin I'o.'s :au.-1-- :''. uut furth-r :s -t.c.
t '" r-. :v.-til and W !.a.. at s e-.; u'. o. f.r
.: . C.r.i ; Trui si.rL,:;'iii -.a lt:i.i.u.a l-y I anaiLa Kail
riad to Aspir. -.iil. a. 1 thenee l-v h':a:. y-".-u to N' w York,
at tv f--I i- c n:- thr J-'.. v..- :
"n. ten cent (liv.i per julien.
.-s t-t i- li: !
li'i.l.r- a H.vlU'i K'K.
Xotici- to M;tlcr A. Owiut of Whale
THE FXIlEKSiliNEll Xlt'.U LEAVE
to u:.n-U!:--. t. n.a.TS vu u fi.ile ar.d .l.e - ill'l.c
ir. j- ii- la'., ':. it t;t. y li s ;. ..-.1 ;n a'::. f.r- v- t1;-
r'reii. a u -v.-r-.m- ::t at 1 ihiii. ;
preaust-s, it.chi.ltt:-: :ort-i:ou-. s.
;. event.- r-i .i.r- w.li. ;patc;;
. t'e-r p- rt la li:e Pa. .t.v-.
. el .. a:nl are ii" ; r -,-ar.l
. v. 1- r r.i:- th.. a: any
W KN ,i i.-xil'lNii.
HonLouu: l"iw.rr.vritrr Nolicc.
nilE l'XTERSIf;XEI. HAVING HEEV
1 fiirvi v r I t tir- -' N- rk it .ard et" I n.ler
j: s-:ip-ir.aters that he is
aTten.l to anv l-uines
llvvavs readv at the short--. M- t
re.,uiri-'i o: !..m it. tout capac'ty.
.1 and Pottiiijer fir" !.
Corner of y ;verfs V,
.-. NovemN-r. l:-..
S.l riLl.flS0 ipi.li-E FAITORY.
Ciouia;e ok evk.rv size m ant eac
Tl"KEI to order. i-ns:a:it'.v ..n hand, a larue as
sortniei;t of I.4 II..4 AMJ H t. V 1' fiOl'E. (all sizes1. Hale
Hope, T-w Line, Oakum. Jtc. for sale by Tl ItltS c CO..
JoO-lj l-'s1. Fmt.t Street, San Francisi-o.
i :rri" i j vr r i c rAL :
A l"--r -loam nboir .Moiii;uiiirr) Slr-rt,
(SUCCKSSORS T J. J. HALKV.)
HAVING PI KCIIASEinilK. INTEREST
B. 2 of Mr. liaiey in tins well-known Hotel, the "ui-'CnNT-Iwc
to say to the oi l patrons of the house and th- public ten
erallv, that they have made many alterations and improvements,
a:ul re-fuit-.ish"ed and reiiovat-.l the house throughout in the
most thorouah manner, and have added an elegant Private
Hall for the cntrai ce of Ladies and an- determined that in the
future the house suall posses ail the requisites of a
A FIRST CLASS II-'TEL IN EVERY PAKTICVLAK.
Mr. Patten has been P.o..kkeeper of the house for the past
two years, and Mr. Foster has been c inii-eted with the Ocean
Steamers of this Coast f r the pat ei-iht years as Purser, and
cheerfully othrs his services to families :in,l nthersin procuring
seiMncr piissaiie, iu advance of their ariival here.
SSr No AbvANi k is 1-Ki' Ks. Coaches of the Hotel ahvay
Joo-am FOSTER . COLEMAN.
E JEIST I'ZSS-.HllJJl
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES!
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES !
$60 and upward.
$60 and upward.
$60 and upward.
OVER 20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT !
OVER 20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT!
OVER 20 PER CENT. DISCOUNT!
FROM OUR FORMER PRICES.
The great success attendin-; the introduction of our New Style
Family Sewiu-r Machines in this State, (as in all other.) has
prompted ctrlain unprincipled and unrelialile parties to endeavor
to force upon the public certain inferior and so cali.ku
Which cither hy Iepal injunctions or from thir own inherent de
fects have long since died out in the Ka.-t-rn tiiu-s.
IT IS OUR DETERMINATION
TO SCrPLY A
AT A LOW PRICE,
That the purchaser may not as past instances experience in the
purchase of one of the mis-named Cheap Sewing Machines," a
dear bargain and wajstk ok mo:kv.
The World -wide XScputatioii
CROVER & BAKER
ANI THE FACT THAT
Have been already sold, and ar- daily and hourly merrily cliek-in-r
in every quart ter of th- glob-, prm-l liruin-.' in their unerring
action, perfect operation and wond-rful simjilicity,
Their Undrniable Siipcriori.j,
Is the best evidence we can adduce of their merits.
The highest effort of inventive penius. the most perfect appli
cation or mechanical skill, and the best practical results of an
undivided aim to
PRE-EMIXEXC.K A HOVE ALL OTHERS
Are combineil in the
GROVER io JiAKKIi,
That this pre-eminence has hn attained is incontrovertihly
evidenced in their unpreceder.teil and increasing sale, and the
UXQUALIFI HI) SUCCKSS
Attendint; tliein at
Jill the Pairs of I860,
"Where actlnst the most p-wor'jl and unrcraitt inc opposition of
rival Machines they have in every instance received the
AVIIEELETt & WILSON,
And all other Shuttle Machines.
SEXD FOR J CIRCULAR of our REDUCED PRICES,
C-xtn, Samples of S'Uinrj, trr., A-c.
R. G. BROWN, Agent,
.11 on t joinery street,
' l.iniK M A
SEWIKG USU JES
21 W I X S T V,
A3 IJ'wT-rO.-.a N."
FOR CHILI'REX TEETH I Nil,
v : ! t t. I.,:. b -Vl. I-. k""-.t..
M.I-l'AiN Kid .t.i.
SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS
'""SeVand'health'td your infants.
W.U.,,-ut tf-.-! 1 nrli.'e t..r e,r .- ?.. ' '. AN
iAV IN OAfU'tM-i: if.TH .'fit -h,l.c tuT.r k.
IK!, v ..?.v . --.-.-NEVKR HAS IT VUL. IN A
Sisi;l ishan- t. r nt Ki-rr A n Kt. .'o t n. y u-a.
VtJ,j w- knew n m.:K- f .hw.tV.rt.ao tv.ry oo l
it. .v, the.-.t. !.' d-lchu-i - -.h it. or-r.i.T. ar.J .,.k
i of :-v,l.v.s of it. r..-.-.! tf...... .n.1 me4-.--U iTf..-.
W, ,! , nlt,r - WIIA r VVK l-' KMIW." fier te, Tr.
,,.... AM- l-iv;v;v. nt KK"l TAi;,N ILK Tilt H L-
Kll I V.F.NT Or WHA r WE I.K.i.K I.K.-I.AHI-. la '" ""7 m
,un -b th- i:.f ""- ' "; 'f " !1
W wi ra !' or " '- tk" y? "'-" '
Tt--li-t:. ,.r-Irnt...H t! ' I r- . .-r ptioa f onoftl.. l.u.t
p-.-R'FN.-Fn-wtlS-KiU.t- I I.M KO S m New E:i.-:-uiJ.adha
NKVJ R fAtUMi 5l.-F.SS m
THOUSANDS CF CASES.
It not only r!..- th .-!u-l
mad N'Wtf . corr. -i-y.
,?Mm. It will -ii-- -'
liRiriNo IN THK B..WKI-S,
, ,.onvii,-...n. which, if B-t !.-1 If
WVOyTn TMK W..RI.P. ia .'1 of r KN rFRV ANT- WAR-
RHiEA IN CHILI-KEN. ,M. it -" ' "
othrn. W. nioThiT.i.ot s. .-h.l.l .utfenr.
,,.W.T volt TliK ri-nnv.-f-- OF OTHKR-, .wnj h.-lwr
MjVoer,.-Ter-,S.-hi:a..;-.- r..,,, -hr.-,-. M-K..
oLrri:i.vsniK-.-.:. s . - ,,. of ts... .f tin.y
Full diR-noa for i-.. !.J - ' ".o. n., ny -i.-h ho.i.. Non,
ott"mu""i;U;-V. .'.'Tif., 13 Collar Street, N- Y
VA :t iv s.V XV hi I T ", si'i e scents
Fii"! Till' Pii'ine co.-ST,
132 Washington Street. San Francisco Cal
LIVER KM IGOR
diil J .Vl"'.li-UiO. kimwu
li.iio iiM'.i u. H11J u row r---11
liic il.Et-.i.si-ii iur w Uii-h it
in i- ':iu;i,t: !i--l. !
U L.-4 n'vi th-vis-and
wint h:i.l tiu'ii in .t.i L i," -
toij ''..- :-.fJ'rrtia -.i:. my
'i hi li.i- l.aa.i;ipi-tl
Ir.'av ..liifii t;vKi.i.: it. ai. l us j
w ilh .-l
i I l i
1. 1 i!io torn- erMTT-ont of tbo
cd i-i kucu iuiiuuv. u. li
s. I: sfl"iv.
Let luu liK-uif
i-i uf yotir! jii loinont cuidc you m the
Kit pi .Vl.OliAl-K,)dt
uae .-f the 11 V
-Kill cure Idvcr Com-; v i:l;iltit, liliiouv tf
tai ks, Ijiij.'ii-la,! t liroiiicUlarilioi-a,
S u hi m r I o in
ry, Drtipsy. Sour
esj. and rniiy be usi'd uo j
M laliit, I-sonte-Moinat
Z. 'ir, Iiolt-rn, t liole
fi liifaiitnui, Klatn
ti Ft iniili- V-akii-s
oessi'ully its an Or".IIna
cine. It willrure SIC'Iw
thiius.luits cnu tonlir.,) Ill
two or llirt-e Tea
cii. at cummiiuce-iiout uf
i-jr I'nmlly Il
twenty miniitiK, If
pnoiitulii nni lttk-1
A I -who use It are
In iL4 :.LV.iT. I
's;l-rliiS their ti-sttlmon-r
MIX IVATEIt IM TIIK 3KUTII WITH
TIIK IX V1GOKATOU, AXU SW ALLOW
BOTH TtXii: I Ill'.It.
Pili-e One Dollar pT Bottle.
pure Vr-;rlable Kxtraetti, ant! put up In
4.LASS CASKS, Air 'I Inht, and will keep
In any -ltniate.
The Kamlly Ca-
tle hut Hrlive ruthartlr
-aid la his pmrtire niorr
Thp coiistMiitly inorRiiiiic
"have lone iisod th" I'lLL
all -Xirosi in reuani to thi-ir
them within the rt-itoh of all.
1 he rnileasion well knuw
u rtilterent imrtliMia cif the
the FAMILY CA
hfw. with due reference tn
been ctiinpiiiiiiited from a
table KkU-ttcU. which act
aliuipntary cannl. and are
es wher-9 a Cathiruc fa
ranKtmrnti of the
, I'alna l-i the
t'o-tv-iiea, fal n
tile whole lioil-,
freijuPntlT, if neglecujit,
er. I.OsiS of Appr
siillon of told over
tiesH, Il-alnelie, or
ail 1 n tl a m in a lory
'lilllr-ii or Adult.
I'nrl liel-ol the Itltmil
liesh ia heir, t'o nnnierotia
nieoL Uonf. I tn 3.
which the tirii-.f-ietur has
than twenty years,
liemand from those who
and the rtatmlaclioD which
use, has iudui-ed me to place
that different Cathartics act
this well eiahllsheil fact,
variety of tbe purest Yeee
ninte on every part of (he
Eg it.eied. su cb an Oe
i;oo: auu unit in an eaa-
ltaek and lolna.
iti a ell. Sleciil-
mill !-ireiiem over
Irum sudden cold, which
end in a lunz courae of Pe
tite, a t'leepl lit; eti
wel-chl In t lie liead,
Dluaiiri, WomiM in
Kli nint Ism, a treat
ami many ilieaKes io which
to mention in this auverLuo-
I'.-tlfK THKEE DINKS.
The Ll vi-r Invlv;irnr and Knmlly fa
tli-irtlo 1111)1 are retailiKt by Pruuuisia eeneraliy, and
auid wholeaalti hy the Trade in all the large towna.
S. T. W. SAX'FOKll, Jl. r.,
Mitliufacliirr an3 Proprietor,
Broiidnny, Xew York.
Sold by the Dniirs-i4- pveri-whrp, and by
PAHK tV W IIITK, Pole Ajfents
r the racific Coant, 132 Washington Street. San
HAVE BEEN IIE3I0VED TO
47 MONTGOMERY STREET,
NEXT TO C0II NEK OF 13USII,
I AM PIIEI'AKKI) TO DEMONSTRATE
to all who feel an interest m KWIMi MACIIIXF.!?, that
Family Sewing Machines
Will do Better Work,
On a gp.-at ranee of fabrics- that i", on as lipht fabrics and on
heavier fabric than any other Family ty-wiiif-Machin- l-fure
the public is capable of doing ; that the work can be done
Villi Circs. tor Iaie
And with feweri:.t rruptii r.s ; and that in all the im;.rtant
rcquisi:- of a Sewini: Machine. Einger's Machines, at $100, are
cheaper than any other kind at ji). I am now selling our
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES
PLAIN, at $50
CABINETS, at - - - - 75
I I,T"n,i r-r Tranf-verse Shuttle Machine., an
"l lilt A, Kntir.-ly New and IiiiMinip-'irable
Family S-wine Machine and adapt
ed to Lij-lit Mai.ufactunii, -
Do not allow ynurseif to purchase a chain' i-TiTrn machine,
cither double or single thread, all of which will rive!. All
chain stitch machines have a cord on the under side of the
fabric and the work .xn wears ouu Work done on si:ifers
Machines will outwear any other, and is more beautiful. No
tailor or manufacturer buys a chain stitch machine.
J. H. DUNNELL,
4 7 M OXTGOM Kit V STREET,
2..a tl SAX FKAX IsrO.
SEWING IiellH !
FRENCH, WI-LSOIST & Co.,
MARK TltK 1!KT
I'uriiisliiM dooiN, nil I.intN,
lU-tailiiij: lor at WliuK-suli' l'ri' s.
rMIE LAlUiESl A.Ni lll'.sr STUCK or
Ti It K
round in any lCctn il lloii-r in 1 -iliforni.i.
(iooiN Siiilablo lor Tr;o rlin
i'lirpo! in any d'liitiato.
FUEM'll. WIIiN & rn..
Nt-t dixir ti the M b it t hii i' !l. ne.
And No. SZ't Montc.mierv Str.t-t, m-.ir fabi- Mna. in Tinktr'
liudiiitif:, -sail Kra:u-ioii.
Mamif.i.'turin-f Kt;ildishnn-nt, No. 102 Liberty tn t. New York
p. s. Measures taken f r t'f.sls from our ti'ii- in S'- Vi.rW
and delivered to anv pan of this -state without evtra charge
HUCKS St LAMBERT'S
-KI.EIJIi ATKH 1 AT E T
II. A: I.. AXLI'Mi ICIASI-!.
riMI ESI" HSl'lt I HEKS I! A V E T II E I'l.KAS.
1 lire of ar.iiiHiiirmtr to tln ir ilium rous p.ur.nis and Inen.ls.
that thi y have leon honored by the eouimiitei- id tlo- Mis-haiiira'
lnstitule, "-an Kram-isco, Willi a
KI RSrr HIM I I'M
Also, that the San Francisco Hay Agricultural S-t-u-iy have
awarded them their
V I It ST CLASS IMtl'.MU'.M
fur the name, ltut however (.'latifyini: to the advertiser t
Homo 3t:i nil t n
thus distincuishi-d, it is with irreib-r pi id - they state "he fact
that (notwithstaiidiiii; the ov. rwhi lMiinir import iti.m of a;i arti
cle from the Kast, assiiuiiui; their title,) the demand t.-r the
Popular H. At L. Axle-Grease.
is now more than double, durinir the past sr i in.
And whilst the maiiufai-turi-rs oiler their grateful thuiik ti
all those fiii inis to
44 CAL1F0KNIA l'J.ODUCK,"
who liave piver. tlu-tn so lar-e an enciiira-jeini lit. they bi'T to
say, that no pains will In- spared in t he luture to sustain the.
wide-spread reputation which their material has iiciiuiied. of lie
The 1mmI hikI rhra I.ulir iozt I iun Irt!ium
Iur Ci.ri iii4- V ln-rl. .-(
kveii iXTKoirci-:n ix i ai.ihuixia
HI CKS X; I.VtlUKItr,
Inventors nod S le Manufactures,
ojiutf Natoma -ti'i-i t. .-sail Francisco.
EX LATE ARRIVALS.
BKOWN DKILLS AND SlIKKTlXtiS,
IJLEACHliD SHEETINGS, As-st. Widths
BLANKETS, all grades and color.--,
riilNTS & DELAINES, in gnat variety.
DKESS AND FANCY DIIY GOODS.
ALEXANDRE'S Genuine KID GLOVES.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
DAVIS Sc JONES' SHIRTS.
FLANNELS, HOSIERY, Vc.
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
BRUSSELS AND 3-PLY CARPETS,
MATTING, HOLLANDS, Hemp Carpets.
Jewell's and t'oiuon's Oil (lolhs.
For fa!e for Cash, or to first class, prompt paylnp trade, at a
discount from market rate.
110 and llvi flay Mre.-t.
257-3m Sun Frauriar.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
TN - w f-- f I -
NEW I M PRO V EM EXTS
NEW I M PRO V E.M E NTS :
N E W I M l'KU V E M E NTS J
NO LEATHER 1AI:
NO LEATHER I'AIH
NO LEATHER I'AIII
CLASS C LOT II PKESSKIi:
GLASS (IiOTII I'RESSEU:
fiLASS C LOTH I'RESSER :
NEW STVLE IIKMMF.lt:
NEW STVLE 1IEMMER:
N E V STVLE II E M M E K 1
The- Grrnlrm I mproi rnicat I nird S
MAKIXQ AN EXTIKK
NEW ST i LE MACHINE!
Forming the justly cel-hrated V K STITCH, a. kn.iw!ed?-d
hy all to le- the
Only Slilch Fully Sn I i. factory for Fiimilr
I'm r porn I
nicw stvle machine:
Price Reduced Twrnlr per Cent I
I'ricet R-ducel Twenty per C'rnl I
WHEELER &. WI-LSON!
It in the Chenpeat. iiot lurnble. nml r.an"
Lnileralowd thnn nny other S will
SEND FOR A riRCn.AK
II. C. 1IAVDEX. Asml.
'-.nier Sacramento and Monti nierj- sirei'ts,
'-JAV1 Vw "J'TJJ a si's- i-ii-wy i
' -I - -s. ' --