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Earl on Monday morning-, the clipper ship H'hit
Shallow, El'ery. arrived at Ibis port 14 days from
S-n Francisco, bring'.ng a small mail, hat verj inter
esting news confirming the capture of Fort Donelsoa
io Tennessee, anil ibe prvbable occupation of S-va o
aab by Coat. Dapoat.
The particulars of the E ittle of Fort Donelson.
fboagb length", we qaote in full front tbe Buttttin
ct Feb. SWJ.
The victor consists in the epure of three promt-
Bent Uenerais. id.'ASJ iitt is me ntmier a coo-
firwwl bt latent rrporu) sohiiers, the Furt aoj alt
its content. ' 3.000 borsea anj equipage. 68 Field
piece. 17 be fort gans. 20,00) stand of irmr
aJomooicioB. &c. &c. valued at a mi lion of dollar.
It is a most glorious victorj.
The Battle of Fort Donelson.
(Ia order to make the narrative that im mediately
follows tbe better no!erafoJ, aoJ complete, we re
print here a portion of a despatch whicb we published
io t4tertJ-i meue. to. UCLLlTl.x.J
CuiCaoo. February 18 1:45 P. M.
Tbe fight at Furt Donelson on Saturday was bloody
and desperate. Tbe right wing of our forces, com
posed of the first end second brigades of Gen. McCIer
Band's diets, bore tbe brunt of the fight. Tbe
enetay commenced the attack by firing some grape
tat tbe 81st and tTJth Illinois regiments, which were
n&ed oo the extreme right. Tbe brat brigade.
CoL (Jtclesby commanding, immediately were drawn
wp in line in tbe following order: 18ih, extreme right ;
bib next, followed by the 2Jtb. which supported the
right of Stewart's battery light artillery, with tbe
Slot on the extreme left all Illinois regiments.
Tbe 21 Divbion, Col. Wallace commanding, con
slated of the 11th. 20th. 45tb and 48th Il.inois reg
iments, with McAllister's and Taylor's batteries light
artillery. fir sirge guns. The attaekinr, force of the
eremy eoaei.tei of about 12.000 men. Their position
en the rrouod was such that not more than one of
oar rerimeots could operate at the same time, while
tbe rebels could bring nearly their whole force to
benr'agiioKt as 'The firt regiment to recrire the
rebels was the 18tb. which fought with desperate
urage until their ammunition was exhausted, when
the we e forced to retire with a cobsiderable loss of
c Sixers and men. Tbey were replu:ed by tbe Bih,
which also fell back in turn. Mennwhile. other reg-ioM-ms
ere iendiuii such feeble aid as their positions
wi aid admit.
Oeo. Lew. WallAce was then ordered to reinforce
MiK7Iernnd. aod sewt two brigades of bis division
from tbe centre. Tbe 31st Illinois, Col. Logan, fought
like veterans and struggled in delending tbe Schwartx
Battery under tbe moat galling fire, until all the
borar of tbe battery, with all the officers in charge
of the gwos. were killed. The lieatennt-clonel, the
acting major. 7 otptaius. and a Dumber of lieutenants
cf tbe 21t were also killed, and the colonel was
wounded. Being nearly surrouoded. Capt. Ale Cook,
who bad been left in com roan J, drew what remained
' - af the recimtit off tbe field not, however, until their
last round bad been fired, and tbey had commeoced
to drive tbe rebels before them.
The 2d Brizade now came up and took its place,
received the fire, and fought desperately, losiug a
great number in killed and wounded, when, with the
oa-btance of a portion of Wallace's Division, tbe 4'Jth
and uth Oaio, with Taylor's Bittery, which was
. stationed on the bill near by, as tbe rebels came again
to the charge, they opened fire on them and drove a
portion b ick into their entrenchments, while a large
portion still occupied tbe ground they bal gained.
Tbe object of tbe rebels was evidently to cat their
way through our troops.
In fbe afternoon Gen. Grant saw that something
should be done to restore the spirits of our dishearten
ed troop, so be ordered Gen. iuith to make an
asitult on tbe west wing of the enemy's works. Gen.
Wraith r ie along tbe line and ordered bis men to
prepire fr the cirge, which cu$el shouts of joy
throughout the whole line. Immediately Col. Lain
tnon's Brigide. Consisting of tbe 2d and 7'h Iowa,
11th and 2-ih Indiana Resiments. charged up to the
enemy's redoubt, driving the retels le"ore them at
the point cf the bayonet like frightened sheep, and
gaining possession of the outer works. Cu. initn
behaved like .ne inpired" for nothing less than con
tinuil victories. He Coul J be seen riding along the
line, his hat swinging on the top or his sword,
enovuragiog the men. regardless Of tbe deadly mis
aiies Sting around him.
The Colonel of tbe 2d Iowa Regiment was the first
to mount tbe enemy's works, with his men close be
hind bi.u. The storming was complete, as the troops
bad gained a position inoide of tbe works. Here they
laid on their arms all night, prepared to follow up
the success in the morning.
After Gen. Smith bad gained his position, Geo.
(rant rent word of tbe succe-e or tbe right wing, and
ord.-red Gens. McClernand and Wallace to renew the
attack, when the 11 aod 21 Brigades, which had
?-een in the Moody affray in tbe morning, with Mc
Clernaod's Division, with two Brigtdes or Wallace's
liboa, made a fresh assault on tbe eoemy. and re
gained all the ground previously lost, aod pressed
forward elo e to the left of the tebel fortifications.
They then Uid on tbeir arms, prepared to act in con
cert with Gen- Smith on Sunday morning.
During tbe night contraction lines were made for
an early assiolt with the bayonet- At daylight the
a 1 vaace was ma le, but when the full light of day
appeared, whi e fligs were een hung in many places
oa the enemy's works. The Federal officers ap
proached to a convenient spot, and were informed
that tbe rebels had stacked arms, and surrendered
on Sunday morning.
Gen. Buckner. commanding the rebels, sent a
dispatch to Gen. Grant, requesting an armistice until
12 o'clock, aod the appointment of Commissioners to
aree on terms of capitulation. Gen. Grant replied :
No terms except an unconditional and immediate
surrender can be accepted. I propose to move im
mediately on your works." Geo. Buckner replied :
The distribution of forces under my command, in
cident to the unexpected change of commanders, and
the overwhelming Jorce under your command, compel
me. notwithstanding tbe brilliant success ef tbe Con
federate arms of yesterday, to accept the ungenerous
anl unchiv.lrous terms you propose." Our whole
force were soon in tbe enemy's works, and the rebel
officers gave op their swords.
Tue bulk ot tbe rebels knew of tbe surrender long
before our men were apprised of it. Generals Pillow
anl Floyd planned and exec tted thiir escape during
the night, taking with tbem Floyd's Brigade, occupy
ing waat few small steamers the rebels bad. Tbe
prisoners ae very loud in denouncing the run
aways. Many of them acknowledge the hopelessnecs
of tbeir cause, and intimate tbeir willingness to take
the oath of allegiance.
Tbe composition of the rebel regiments was as fol
lows : Tennessee. II; Mississippi. 8; Texas, 1;
Kentucky. 2 ; Arkansas. 1; Virgiuia. 4; with a bat
talion of cavalry to each of tbe Tennessee. Alabama
and Miesiaeippi dif isioos.
A brivhr liht wu seen in the direction of Clark
ville lor several hours on Sunday night- It is su
nol th.r h rvhol had 6 red the town, or tbeir
ateiiuera- to nrevent them ftllinc into our hands.
It w .nnml that th rrMleit nortion of tbe
prisoners wiil be sent to Cuicago for eafe keeping.
The dam.ige done to the rebel works at Fort Donel
son b the ranbnui. ia not so ereat as at first report-
el. only one gun being dismounted in a battery of
eiht Z -pounders, and a 12-ineb shell gun.
Misjo the rebels who escaped are supposed to
have rne to Nashville or Clarksville. It is believed
tbit at the latter plaee tbe Confederates will attempt
t. make another at .d. The rebel officers admit that
if N inhtille is taken the rebellion is gone op.
Geo. II lleck b determined to hae all tbe wound
ed, on both sides, taken to St. Louis.
Tbe G -a. Johnson taken is Boshrod Johnson of the
The correspondent of the St. Louis Rtapubliean'
account of tbe Fort Dooelson fight sat s : "During
Friday night the enemy could Oe heard buaily at
wa.tt it was icnp"ible to tell, as thickets and woods
enooupaaxed tbe Union troops on every side, render
ing: s view ia any direction almost impossible. At
; Five Lines. .
Fifteen Utir. .
' Tweoir I i
'. Thirty I.i.-v. ..
- Q.inrr Column.
; S'.lp ajrta., (nt ei(re.lin(t lOUnestpaceO Srst laartion.$l OC
j Each lubaeaorai interUoo... M ttt.
. Qranrcxi v AtvsTts will b chanted at lh fojowinf ralss
pavabie ai tiie eml of each quarter i
' rrouequare,(nrtheipacuf 30 line.) per quarter... OS
: r'or oae-f. urth of a column, per quarter.... ...... . ....$10 OS
j For ouc-half ct a cvluma. per quarter. ............. ...$30 oa
Fvr a whole ctiunm, per quarter.. ................... .$59 O
PL'HL,ISJIKL W KKKIiV lit'
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IIOXOLULU. HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. MAliCII 13. ISitt.
t SIX DOLbtRS PER ANNUM.
I VOL. VI. Nw. 37. WIIULK N. SOS.
daybreak on Saturday a sortie was made by the gar.
rion from tbe left position of the works on the ex
treme right of the Union army, which was tbe
wetkest. At the same time they opened a fire with
cannoa from their redoubts, and also from guns plno
"d ia poritiio tbe nicht previous. The camp of tbe
C'Jth and 31st Illinois was most exposed. The whole
lir'm-lj iitjinedi.i'ely fornie-1 in line of-b ittle, and i
from tne Onng orthebnt gun until y o clock, the
battle rased unremittingly, with fearful los on both
idea. Agaio and again our troop drove them back,
bat they were often reinforced ; whi'e oar troops,
owing to the extended line of the enemy, and also
their own position, had to figlit anas-isted. More
gall tnt fihting never took place. Tbey stool until,
in some refiment. every officer was kil!e-l or wound-e-I,
and at List, they reluctan.ly fell back, 'eiinetit
br regiment, leaving Schwarix's Bittery with three
of McAllister's guns in the bandt of tbe enemy.
After retiring a few hundred yards, they male a
stand, until reinforcements arrived, and at once drove
tbe enemy back to their entrenchments. The rebel
force in attack were 12,000, supported by guns care
The scene within the captared Fort after the sur
render ahowe 1 bow terribly tbe rebel gtrrison suffer
ed. Erery where were lying fragments of shell and
round shot, hair burtel in the earth, teuts torn to
pieces, and gun carriages broken in pieces. In the
left redoubt, where Gen. Smith's assault was made,
dead bodies lay thickly about, giving abundant
evidence of stern resistance and the gallant attack.
No officer io the army bad any idea of the works at
Fort Donelson. until they had been examined. 400
commissioned efficers were taken.
1K. J. MOTT SMITH,
Oce corner of F.Tt ant Ilutel Streets.
E. HOFFMANN, 31. I.,
i Physician anil Surgeon, Milter's Block, corner Queen and Kaa
bumana street. Ml-lr
Notary Public, Office at the Court nae, op stairs.
New Yobk. February 18 Vanderbilt has issued
an edict, keeping all the express and other freight on
the Isthmus for ten days, together with all letters,
bills of lading and invoices relating thereto, and al.to
all newspapers and correspondence. This has created
much excitement among Californians here.
Lociavitir, Ky.. February IS. By Bowling
Green advices. Gen. Mitchell has capture five loco
motives at the depot, and scattered the rear of the
retreating rebels with shell, killing 15.
Fotb. Moxror, February 18. The flag of truce
bronzht no newspapers to-day. We understand that
the Norfolk D-iy Book of this morning represents the
fight at Fort Donelson as still going on.
Nothing additional has been received from Savan
nah. Washixoton, February 18. Ex-Speaker Penning
ton is dead.
A national salute was fired to-day in honor of the
The Navy Department has received nothing from
Savannah, except what has already leen published.
Fortius Mnsnor. February 18 The steam reve
nue cuMer JLtrritt Line has arrived from Washing
ton. During the night she wis fired at by the rebel
batteries. One shot took effect doing some damage.
Chicago. February 1811 P. M. The move
ments against Sivnnnah are so formidable that there
is no reason to disbelieve tbe news of our succetis.
Our force consisted of 12 sunboafs. and a powerful
armament of nearly 13,000 men. Tbi would be
The Frt J tcknn expedition is snnpnaed to look
towards Chirlesten. It consisted of 10.000 in 'an try
and three regiment a of cavalry. hih would pr J
by one route, while a heavy column would go by
A Biltimore diopafch of to-night says that it is re
ported there that Savannah surrendered without a
blow. The report needs confirmation.
Chicago, February 19 1:50 P M. The Federal
ft ig now floats in Arkansa. Gen. Curtis having passed
the border (in pursuit of Price.)
A heavy cinnonviing was heird in the direction
of Columbus yesterday. It is believed that the solu
tion of the affair will be that the rebels are dismant
ling tbeir guns and blowing up tbeir magazines
preparatory to evacuating the place.
Over a thousand prisoners taken at Fort Donelson
have arrived. Others will follow as soon as trans
portation can be procured.
Two more regiments were captured on tbe 18th to
tbe eastward of the entrenchments.
About 12,003 stand of small arms have been taken.
Many rebels destroyed their guns, and large num
bers were thrown in the river, together with 2.000
barrels of flour, 1,20)1 boxes of beef, and a large
amount of other provisions.
It is currently reported that Governor Harris rf
Tennessee has ordered all Tennesseeans to lay down
Foht DosELAO.t, February 17. The great fire,
which was seen to the eastward last night, was tbe
burning of tbe Tennessee Rolling Mills. 5 miles from
here, by our gunboats. The wi.ik-t bad been ued by
tbe rebel- in the uiaualactureol shot, shell and other
tuateri.it uf war.
Our soldiers have been engaged to-day in burying
the dead on the battle-field. Tbe rebel dead will also
be deceutly interred.
General Grant has promulgated stringent orders
'against plundering from tbe inhabitants; also against
stealing property takeu iu battle.
Before surrendering, the rebels threw most of their
late mails into the river. The Postal Director accom
panying the army succeeded, however, in seizing a
number of mail bags having some private letters,
supposed to contain important information.
Floyd's Brigade, when taking their departure,
fearing pursuit and capture, threw their arms, whicb
were Minie rifles of the be&t kind, into the river.
The crews of the gunboats sre now engaged in fishing
Capt. Dixon, the rebel chief of the artillery and
the engineer who constructed the fortifications, wss
killed in the bombardment on Friday, in one of his
batteries. The great strength of the fortifications
here attest his superiority as an engineer.
Caibo. February 19. Gov. Yates and other State
officers of Illinois, ami Gov. Moreton anil several pro
minent citizens ef Indiana, are looking after the
wounded. The question what to do with the prison
ers was discussed among the commanding officers
last night. The conclusion seems to be that a portion
should be sent to Alton, III., others to Chicago, Fort
Wayne and Detroit.
Troops are continually arriving and departing for
the seat of war. The army will soon again be in
readiness for another advance.
It is believe! that if permitted so to do, very many
of the rebel prisoners would gladly take np arms on
tbe side of the Union. Numbers of privates declare
that they have seeo enough of Secession. The officers
however, are g rally very morose and bitter in
their expression against the North.
SpaiNGriF.LD, February 18. Gen. Curtis has driv
en the rebel army beyond the Arkansas line. At 10
o'clock on Sunday night, they were 69 miles south of
Springfield. The Federal flag now floats in Arkansas.
Several skirmishes had taken place in defense of
the mountains. We had 6 wounded, and the enemy
16 killed and a large number of wounded. We have
also taken a large nu.nber ot prisoners. A messen
ger says we are only a short distance behind Price's
main bo-ly. The chase was to be continue i on Mon
After the messenger had come 29 miles he heard
heavy firing behind him. There is great abundance
of forage aod provisions, except Sour on the road.
J. V. AUSTIN,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office In Honolulu House, over the Post Office. 247-ly
II. ST.VNfJ KXWALI), M. I.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Late New Y-lc City T'ispcnsary Physician, meinler of the
Mr1ico Chirurfc-ical College and of the Pathological Society
or .'Sew Xirk.
Office at Dr. JuM's Dra Store, on Frt Street. Residence in
Naaana alter, opxxite that of K. O. Hall, lUq. 277-1 y
CHAS. P. (JI ILLOU, M. I ,
Late Surveou Cnitel States Navy, late Consular Physician to
American seamen and general practitioner.
Office corner Kaahumanu an l Merchant streets, aod residence
at Ir. Wo. M Mansion, Hotel street.
Medical fend Surgical advice in English, French, Spanish, aod
Office hours from 11 a. . to 2 r. M.; at otner hours inquire at
his resilience. a.-ly
II. F. SNOW,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
Hoiswlalu, Oaks, II. I. 2G7-ly
I. C. WATERMAN &. CO.,
Especial attention paid to the interests of the Whslinr Fleet, by
the furnishing of funds, purchase and sale of Exchange, Oil,
llone, Oeueral Merehiuulise, and the procuring of freight
Messrs. Isasc IIowlad. Jb., & Co., New Bedford
tv. O. E. Pore, Ej., do.
Mobgab, Stosk C ., San Francisco.
MrlU-KK A Mkkkill, do 267-ly
jCliufUings anti llral estate.
TO II K LCTi
Twolliiigf Iloixsiess I
SUITABLE FOR LARGE FAMILIES!
ARMENIA HOlSK ON BERETANIA
Miwt, at present occupied by Capt. tireen and hit lam-i'-.
, with i r without the two cottage in front.
Kn'.ry trom the 'iO'h January, to 1st February.
The spacious House on Waikiki Plains, lately occupied by
Mr. Jarrett, wiLh its ut-hmis-s and laige enclosure.
Entry innnediaU-ly. Apply to C. C. HAKKIS.
2J5-iim Attorney at Law.
Desirable Real Estate
THE UNDERSIGNED H AVING
appuinte l Ageuts for the sale of the well known
f ill IA H E PIIEHISES
IN THIS CITY, OFFER FOR SALE
The Lot mf Lnad fr mnl in ass bbbss Si..
above the Government Premises, formerly occupied y A. P.
Everett as an Auction Room, having a frontage of 06 feet by a
depth of 112 feet, together with the Buil lings thereon.
CT This lot, if desired, mill he offered wholly or divided,
iih right of way truui Murine street.
The Lot ia the renr frenlina Mariar Street.
00 feet, and running back 75 feet, together wi:h the Brat story
Stone Walls standing on the premist-s. These walls can easily
lie n-painil and at a moderate exiiense. She same roofed over
a id floored, would make a tine storehouse of 10x75 feet, with a
ALSO The Coral Stores taken from the upper walls cf the
fA urvey of the aliove promises may be seen, and further par-
Hculxrs ohUtuieJ, at the Otnce or
301-lul. VOX HOLT & UELCK.
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Cabinit Makers and Undertakers.
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CJ -iS generally-, that tbey commenced business
In the above line, on Dec. 2, and solicit a shore of puhltc patron
age. They hare taken the shvp text d'r f the res.den e of
J. 11. Brown. Esq., on King street, where all iTjers will be
promptly atteuded to.
Fu - nilare of all kinds made, aj:i oKl furni-.ur- repaired
I'tMlerlnltins attended to with disiuUrh.
ALSO Frc-act and Varui.b I'olaahias done io
the best style. 2Sd-3in
F. Iff. & CJ. SECsl'LHEX, j
Nuuanu Street, Honolulu,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS j
Ia Tin, Sheet Iron, Coniier and Zinc Ware.
f7" ALSO !
LEAD PIPES LAID AND REPAIRED,
Ship Work promptly executed.
HAVE ON HAND AND FOR
SALE AT MODERATE RATES,
A LARGE STOCK OF
AMONGST WHICH ARE
S. II. IOWSJGTT,
TS NOW PREPARED TO FURNISH Bl'ILD-
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Orders from the country, and other islands solicited.
Lumber Yard on corner of Uueen anil fort Streets. 29ft-6m
ccuo'T i:i:ai tiiisj
Unless you want a chance to
Dealer in General Merchandise, Inland Produce,
c..and Commission Merchant.
Byron's Bay, Hilo, S. I.,
Will keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
description or goods required hy snis and otners. il
highest price given for Island Produce.
Monty advanced for Bills of Exchange at reasonable rates
Il.lo, February 3. 1S61. 299-lv
WILCOX, RICHARDS & CO.
Shin Chandlers and Commission Merchants, dealers in General
Merchandise. Keep constantly on hrtnd a full assortment
of merchaudie, for the supply of Whalers and Merchant
0 1 &aalxtf
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HONOLULU & SAN FRANCISCO.
Dark Csnirt." Capl. John Paty.
SrM-c.lwe-ll." Capt. Jna. Smith.
HVaukrr." Capt O. W. Claxtwa.
One of the aWe vessels will be dispauhed regularly every
three weeks, or oftener.
Frebtht and Passengers taken at the lowest rates.
A'.l of the above vessels have superior accommodations for
Passengers, for whom every com:ort will be aOorded.
Through Bills Lading, wili be given at Honolulu, for merchan
dise to New tork or noston, tne irei'n oeing resiupiieu ai sau
Francisco, on board first class clipiers without extra expense
Shippers can also procure at B slon or New York, through
Bills Lailintr. fir freight shipped vit Sin rancisco, of Mesors.
ili.l.l-.i St Williams. Boston and Mn W. T. Coleman & Co..
New York. Messrs. McRut-r lr MerriU, Agents tor iieauiar
I I)itch Line, at San Francisco.
A well known Business Stand on Reasonable
Xnf ionsil Iiiiiiii Saloon
T'lIE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS TO LET
on reasonable terms, the above named popular place of
resort, possession to he given on the 14th March next.
The loin hiif contains three haiuls Mne IMnini; Itooms and pri
vate aiiartments on the lower boor, ard a numlx r of Chamliers
above, and is completely furnished with every convenience
HZT A larpe, convenient anil airy Cook House is attached to
the premises, as are also a wood shed and store-room, bath
rooms, and Hher offices.
XT Valley Water laid on throughout.
No exiiense need be incurred, as every requisite for the busi
ness will be found on the Premises.
Fur further particulars apt ly to.
JOS till BOOTH.
Honolulu, Jan. 2, lS6i 2J3-3m.
AVaikalinlulu Water Lois! j
rwallK UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
M. i a - l-- "w
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bees to call the attention of Merclimts, Ship Owners, Speculators
and others to this finely situated tract of land which is now of
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Plans may be seen and all particulars learned by application
to the undersigned at Robert C. J anion's Fire-proof BitililiUkS.
X. B. Early application should be made for choice l-ots.
W. L. OK KEN,
A vent for the Sale of Waikahalulu Lots.
TTonolulu, Oct. 21. 1858. 293-3m
fa oat Plains,
Old Copper nml
PURCHASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR-
KKX PKICK, by
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Boot and Shoe Makers, arti
Nuuanu St., west side, above Hotel St. Vh
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and dispatch. ttod-ly
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bv ti. Mders, ami is ready to execute all orders in
his line withneatness and '!isa!ch.
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JAMKS A HOPPER,
2S5-ly Kaahumanu street.
Carpenter, Builder and Undertaker!
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H. iiectful'.y to inform his friends and the public generally,
that having recently enlarged his premises, he is now prepared
to do all work In the above line, with dispatch and in a work
Koa and Pine Coffins always on hand.
Jobbing done on reasonable terms.
II EN KY ALLEN, Fort st.
Opposite the Family Grocery and Feed Store.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
Fancy Prints of a grau variety of stylos and colors.
Indigo Blue Cottons,
Minute Pattern Turkey red and yellow Prints
White ground Muslins, small patterns,
Brilliants small'and medium patterns,
Black and White tape check Muslins,
Plain Turkey Red Cloth.
"White Cotton Drills.
A great variety of Cotton Trowserings,
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OFFERS FOR SALE
Plain Black Silk
THE FOLLOWING ASSORTMENT OF
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Whalv Line, Satlia add Suiting Stan,
Mart oe, gpunyarn.
liooe Yarn, Outline In Blocks,
Patent and Bushed Blocks, assorted,
MlDcing Machines Try Work Gear,
Try Pots, Coulrra,
Gg Irons, Lane.
Copper Pumps, aUiaret,
Hrand's Whaling Ouna and lauices,
Ship and Uont Coiaaea,
Signal and Boat Lanterns,
Ships head aud Tank Pumps,
Large and until I'.trc Puma.
Topsails, T. O. Sails. Royals, Spanker. StaytaO.
Two gan-s Lower and Topmast Kiinring, nsarly arw,
Chain Cables, Fluke and Flo Chains,
Head Straps, Hoop Iron,
Coojkms Kivets, Hammers and Th-tvata.
Coipers' s Carpenters' Tools, On new Whalv Boat,
Can and Boat Hooka.
Boat Orapoels. 29i-Sia
Iliwka ana Thimbles,
ITcw Goods New Goods
U CI TD"Ci"ClTTsTT"riT-T. I
NEW AND SECOND-
hand Furniture of every description,
constantly on hand, aud for sale at
Second-hand Furniture Bought at
II. ALLEN'S CARPENTER SHOP,
Fort St., opposite A
D. Cartwricht'g Feed Store.
BURBA US always on hand. 2SJ-6m
TV DB "W
C. ItKEWER lr CO.
Agent for the Bremen anl Dresden B.ard of t'nderwriters. All
average claims airainst the said I'nderwriters, occnrrins; in
ur about this Kingdom, will have to be certified before him.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
mllE UNDERSIGNED. Arentsof the above Com-
1 pany, are prepared to insure risks against fire in and
For particulars apply at the office.
Hono ula Oct. 11, 1S57. 267-ly
Sugar and Molasses !
From the Plantation tf J. MAKEE,
CROP OF 1SG2.
For sale by (297-6ra) C. BREWER s CO.
9 150 bbls. extra new Salmon.
100 hilf bbls Salmon.
For sale by
C. BREWER & CO.
Ex " GEORGE WASHINGTON."
7-S Clear Pine, planed on one side.
For sale by
jrEGS HIGHLY fi IxtZEl) POWDER,
For tale by
Cases Indian KiBe Powder,
C. BREWER & CO.
.,..' - , s." sva
Cafiiuet Maker, ik-js re.-pcltuir- to uil irni tne innamt
ans or Honolulu ami vi.-inity, that havlnt opened a
shop in the above line, near the corner of Nuuanu and
Chaplain Streets, he i.s now piep.ired to do all such work with
neatn-.-ss and dispatch and at greatly reduced prices.
J. bbinK done, furniture made and repaired, coffins roaile to
onler, paper hanpinirs, etc., at reasonable rates.
All work d-me by me warranted.
Persons wishing to dispose of furniturs vf private sale, will
do well to pre me a call.
XT The smallest favors thankfully received. 285-3m
JAJIES A. BURDICIi
IN REMOVING II IS BUSINESS
to his new COOPERAGE on tbe Esplanade,
Fort street, takes this opportunity of return
ing his sincere thanks to his friends and the
puMic in general, for the support and patron
age which they hav been pleased to grant
tutu l r itie pHat ten year, and hiies that by attention to nusi
ness and promptness in the execution of all orders intrusted to
him, he will merit a continuance of their favora.
He has on hand for sale upwards of 4000 bbls. af Ctialts
of all sorts aud sizes. 230-1 y
IRODKT WORKS !
ritUR UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
I rurnish IKON and BRASS CA3TINU3, and all kinds of
Machinery aud Smith's Work at the Shortest Notice and
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS
MADE TO OBl'EIl.
XT CONSTANTLY ON II ASP A supply of Anvils, Cart
Boxes, F rge Hacks. Chain Stoppers, Sash Weights, Stove Plates
and Linings, Dumb Bells, 4c, fcc, 4c.
22-ly THOMAS nCGHES
PAIR NO. T FAIKBA XR'S PLATFORM
SCALES, on wheels lartre siso lately received.
For sale by c9 1-q) C. HREWER & CO.
GEORGE G. HOWE.
S- H. DOW SETT,
OFFERS FOR SALE THE CARGO OF f HE
From Teck.-ilet, W. T.
ROUGH X. XV. BOARDS,
Matched flooring pine boards.
And scantling of all sites, at the lowest market rates. 298 3m
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BT
75 Bbls, Hawaiian Beef,
Warranted, Packed aud Cured in Turk's Island Salt.
293-i CHAS. BREWER. 2
To Beef Packers.
BBLS. TURK'S ISLAND SALT
2 half bbls. Saltietre For sale bv
C. BREWER 4 CO.
WTIOR SALE A HOI'
r goiMl suosiantial Mat Bags, for Suitar or Salt, at
3 Int 13;
IOOO KAUAI MADE
r Suitar or Sail, at
vos HOLT IIEI CK'S.
A FEW ONLY LEFT. WILLIAMS tlaablf
thread, new patent Sewing Machines, simple in construc-
eion, ornamental, light ami el pant, not liable to get out or order.
tvery family should be supplied with one. For sale !y
HAWAIIAX SOAP FACTORY !
WEV3. H. HUDDY!
r WAVING RECEIVED A LARGE AND FCI.L
I Ja stock of material, is prepared to supply his customers
and the public, with the best Yellow, Br.wa nsil
While- SOAP. ALSO
SOiyT VrVI Oil- KOA1.
In large or small quantities to suit.
p. S. Soap grease always wanted. a"9-ly
"WM7H . W RIGHT,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE
public that he is prepared to Manufacture
Tarbine or nay ot..er kind of Water Wheel,
and warrant them, at reasonable rates. Orders for any kind Oj
31illwri qrlit Work
solicited and promptlv attended to.
Koloa, Oct. 10, 1S1. 2S2-ly
J. II. COLE,
(sccccs-soa to a. r. itcbstt.)
At his late rooms. Queen Street. 362-ly
11. V. SEVERANCE,
AXD COMMISSIOX MERCHANT,
W01 continue btutness at the old stand on Queen street.
UTAI Ac A II EE,
Agents for the Susar Plan tat ioos of Aiko. at Papakoa, and Iwo
at Pulu, Hilo; Importer and Whilele and Retail IVal
ers in China ll-xis ; have on hand, for sale, at their estab
menu on King street, Honolulu, and at Lahaina. .Waul
Sugar, Molasses, Syrup, Tea. Coffee, and a large aud
varied assortment of general merchandise
Baaolnln, Aacaaa 12. MA7. S71-ly
THE UNDERSIGNED WOULD HEREBY
give notice to his customers and the public generally, that
he is prepared to sell every description of North West lumber in
quantity, or by small lots, as cheap or chea r than any other
iierson in the market, tn otner words, be wants to sen, anu
won't be beaten. (-"SS-tj)
TWO LEFT.-MADE BY S. D Ai H.
J W. Smith thie instruments are very rich and heavy in
tone an l admirably adapted for churches, ror sale by
J3-q J. lJllt-.MKIl m.
C. U. LEW ERS
Window S.inIi. Blinds.
ASSORTED SIZES, WITH
i f DOORS.
1A P w mouldings and raised paueL
50 Sash floors, assorted sizes.
3O0 pair Winilow Sash, assorted sizes.
250 pair Winds, with and without swirels. ass d sizes.
Selected expressly for this market, and foi sale low by
23-l KEORGK O HOWE.
M SHAVED WHITE EASTERN
shingles, warrantee to cover 100 square leet to
A new lot of the favorite cottage siding hoar Js.
Pine clapboards, 12 feet long and 7 inches wide extra :hlck
A small lot of panelled ceiling boards, i inch, a new and very
With an assortment of White and Col'd Paints.
293-n. Forsaleby C. U. LEWER3.
RO FLOWS, HAY CUTTERS.
Ox Yokes, Seed Planters,
Ox Bows, Cane Cutters.
Urain Cradles, Uarden Rollers,
Planters Hoes. Wheelbarrows,
Cultivators' Teeth, Grindstones,
Oarden Rakes. For sale by
293-q C. EKEWER .k CO
DOORS, WINDOW SASH, HLINDS.
I;st: LATE ARRIVAIS
S0 IWv.rs. all sit- and kinds.
200 Window Sash, alt kinds,
lOO pair Blinds, all sixes,
12 tilass floors anil Kliials, etc.. complete.
For sale at the lowest market prices, by
2fl3q C. H. LEWER3.
n. m. wnrrNKT.
COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER. VOL. ,
bound, caa be bad at our counter Fries 9 OO.
AN EXCELLENT SEAL
and auong. For tale by
rIANO SITTING DESKS for counting rooms,
Cabinet Iiskfs forotnees.
For sale by
C. BKKH ER 4-
For sale by (293-q) C. BREWER 4 CO.
Sugar and Syrup Kegs.
AND 8 GAL. EM PTT KEGS.
J Forsaleby (29t-q) C. BREWER k CO.
FfMIE UNDERSIGNED II AVE RECEIVED
JL by the icsicinyr, from Bremen, and offer for sale, a fine
Ci oll Iroxillinqr)
Suitable f r picture and other frames.
A LSO Square and Oval
POLISHED KOA FRAMES
Made to order. Apply to
ELBINO 4- O'NEILL, King Street,
291-Stn Next to resilience of J. H. Brown, Esq.
MAPS OF THE UNITED-STATES.
A FEW MAPS tP THE UNITED STATES
on rollers. Prica S OO. For tale by
h. m. wnrrsEY.
C. E. WlIsIslAJlS
Cabinet Maker and Turner.
THI E OLD STAND, HOTEL STREET, NEAR
the corner of Fort.
Furniture of all kinds made and repaired.
On hand and for sale, READY MADE FCRNTTmE. Koa
Boards. Joist and Plank; Cellar, Black Walnut and Cherry
Boards; Rosewood and Mahogany Veneering.
A lanre assortment of Gilt Moulding, and lanre sized Glass.
A variety of Itocking, Dining, Office and Children's Chairs.
Polished Coffins on hand and maf. to onler. 267-ljr
Views of Honolulu !
ALL PERSONS VISITING Olt RESIDING
on these Islands, should not fail to send a set of G. II.
rSargnm' Virvra ol Honolulu to their friends abroad,
as they will convey by far a better idea of the Scenery. Habits,
Customs, etc., of this place than any works or prints ever jmb
ished. To be had of E. BL'BOESS,
293-3m Fort street
IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT HEREAF
TER, the undersigned will not be responsil.le for any debts
contracted in his name without his written ordt.
E. C. McCAS BLESS.
Honolulu, Nov. 28, 1961. 288-3m
Bv Express, ahead
of the Mailst
;s VERY ONE WHO WISIISE TO RE.
ceive the latest Eastern American and European news.
should take one of the California Weeklies. Arrangements have
been completed, by which the
S. F. Balletia. and
(weekly issn.) will be rriHrty received by packets direct, and
can he'supplieil at Eight Hollas? (S 00) a year, from my news
depot Copies can be furnished at any time. AU these are
mammoth double sheet weeklies, well worth the price.
XT These Calif.imia papers are received by spteiat Express
arrangements, and no expense or efforts will bv spared to
fumi-h regular subscribers with tbem sooner than ean be had
through any other source. Apply to
B. M. WHIT5IT.'
CJEAMEN AND OTHERS CRUISING O
s the Mexican Coast, should procure a copy ef the Spanish
Primer to be had at the Bookstore. Price 8 SJla.
Fancy figured Silks,
Pure Silk Handkerchiefs.
I'nbroidered silk figured Alpatat.
Fine black Alpacas,
Black and colored figured Lustres,
Plain colored Lustres,
Superfine blrck and blue Cloth,
Superfine black Caitlrocre,
Plain u'-ie FUnnel,
Common black and blue Cloth,
Black and fancy Doeskins and mixed Trowserings
White Blankets, all sizes,
Blue Blankets, all sizes.
Scarlet Blankets, all sizes,
Common Blankets, for horse cloth,
Brussels and velvet Carpeting,
Bail v ay Bugs,
LINEN SHEETING I !
Huckaback Towels and Toweling,
Plain white and fancy Linen Drills,
Clothing, Shirts, Shoes, Arc.
Block Cloth i'ants, best Filot Jackets, common Jo.,
Blue serfte Sliiits of nil qualities.
Woollen UnJershiris, worsted Stockings ,
White Shirts, assorted; Regatta Shirts.
Assorted qualities cf Felt Hals,
Ladies Hiding Hats. Oxford tie Shoes,
Children's Boots and Shoes, Crimean Boots,
Sup. cotton half hose, enibr. cotton Uvershirta.
Brown Soap, Picklea, Pie Fruits, Sauces, Mustard, Salad Oil,
Scotch Oatmeal, fancy Biscuits, Olivet, Capers, Jams,
Candies, candied Peel, Bloater Paste, table Salt, Currle Powder,
Currants, Blue, Starch, Markin.- Ink, SeiJlitz Powder.
Bett English Saddles, common do., Pellon Rags,
Boiled Linseed Oil, cotton Umbrellas, Silk Umbrellas,
Hughes 5t Jones' Perfumery,
Musk, Etsence or Sandal Wood, Windsor Soap,
Sarsaparilla, nestt Tubs, Fencing Wire, Hoop Iron,
Anchors and Chains,
Bar Iron, assorted; Boiler Plate, Iron Safes, Crow Bart,
Tin Plate, IC and IX, bright Iron Wire, Sheet Lead
Sets Sugar Pans,
Nobles & Uoare's assorted Varnishes,
ROSKELL'S WATCHES, gold and silver.
Bottled Ale and Porter, various brands,
Draught Ale in bhds.,
Martell's Brandy, in qr. casks,
Hennessj's Brandy, in qr. casks,
Otard'a Brandy, in qr. casks,
Common Brandy, in qr. casks,
Cases Ginger Brandy,
Cases Scotch Whisky,
Cs Royal Highland Whisky,
Cases Old Tom Gin,
i Casea Glenlivet Whisky,
The celebrated PALE ORANGE BITTERS,
Cases Duff Gordon Sherry,
Cases Super. Pale Sherry,
Cases Sandeman's Port,
Cases Champagne, Forestier Fils,
Cases Claret, Chateaux Margauz,
Cases Claret, St. Julien,
White Granite Dinner sets.
White Granite Tea Beta
Dishes, Plates, Jugs. Mugs,
Metal covered J uga.
Breakfast Cups and baurers.
. Ewers and Basins, Cover Dishes,
Yellow Nappies, Teapots,
' N. B. This Earthenware, is now open, and is
i offered in lota to suit families, at unprecedented
j ly low rates, to close shipments.
Janion, Green & Co.
Honolulu April 4, 1861 293 q
4 GEORGE WASHINGTON'
AND TO AfiRIVE BY THE -BY
CASTLE & COOKE,
AT THEIK NEW
FIRE PROOF STORE.
JONSISTINC IN PART OF
Pearl River Denims. Kerosene Oil,
Ripping, crosscut and pannel saws,
Knives and forks, plane Irons,
New patent aelMwsUing iron.
Saw and bustard files.
Hose Het bibbs and couplings, .
Carriage whips, telesrapw needles,
Oarden shears, paint and varnleh brssaea.
Butter howls, milk pans, Britannia lamps,
Cod lines, salt water snap.
Handled axes, rat traps, etc., etc ttM 8m
FOR THE LADIES!
JUST RECEIVED BY
CASTLE tc COOKE,
CONSISTING IN PART OF
Ex-ra styles FKK.NCIi PRINTS,
Cbalte and ribbed lielainet,
liver one hundred different patterns American prints.
Extia Ane floe-medium and eoarre all wo. J white flannels,
" 4rarhed awl unble. 4-4 coitcta.
White rm'on and wool flannels, blue berate.
Velvet rihliOKB, cliHdren't pant stuff, ruches.
Crochet cotton, wrought collar, cwlton iringra,
Lailiea' belu and belt ribbons,
Cam'iric and muslin eilginrs and Insertlont,
White mameillea, dimity lpds. y t nose,
O uintli-t. lisle gloves, line mohair irlit
Brooks', Orr McNaujrtil's and Cost's spool cot to a,
A fine assortment of
Ac., Ac, US-3ta
icw tfioods IVcw Goods
rpailE UNDERSIGNED II AS JVST &
JL ceived ex recent arrivals, and offers Cur taia, .t
Fine White Flannel,
LaoJes' Linen II and kerchiefs.
New style of Mauve prints.
Fine usfortmeut of Crape Bbawls,
l ine black and blue Cloth for ladks habits.
Eu( jri- v Linen Table Bamask,
Fine French Prints, 'small pattern,)
Superior Family White Cott-.n,
A superior assortment of Silk Velvet Ribbons,
Ladies' and Misses Hose,
Fine Linen Thread,
Ilest English all over II ok skim Saddles I
GENT'S LARGE SIZE GOOD WHITE SHIRTS.
GENT'S MERINO SOCKS,
A FEW SCPEK. SILK UMBRELLA R, (WLaie bona frasBes.
And a very extensive assortment of
General erchanlise Z
Wldch U now being offered at greatly reduced rates.
A. ft, CLK0H0RN.
Honolulu, Nov. 28, 1881. 2S-3a
BARBER SHOP !
1MIH I'NDERSIGNED RESPECTFULLT
1 informs the public, that be hat purchased the stock and
fixtures on the premises recently occupied by Henry Toelker,
and that he will continue tbs Barber holiness thereat, and
trusts that by attmtioa to business sad promptness, and the
execution of the tnnsorial art to merit a oocitiu nance of tbs
favors of the former patrons of the establishment.
Having purchased all the outstanding Claims das tht '
Vo-lkerj all persons Indebted will please pay the same to, ai
oblige. 290-3m) F. W. LOBE.
Lara, Sulphur, Pele's Hair,
ABOVE 20 VARIETIES.
rflHE I'NDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
JL turni-h. en the most reasonable terms, mil kinds ot spec,
mens from the Crater of
Persons wishing to obtain an at ortment of the above, far eabU
nets or other purpoe, can nowhere get them so cheap or c.sm
mlete at by sending to tbe undersigned, either through H. H.
hitnev. or direct. U. B, HITCHCOCK.
Hilo, Uawaii, Dec. 17. 1361. 29
THOS. C. THRUM,
STXIIVOXZj CJ TT T T 23 XI.,
A 2? D .
Ornamental Foil I-etterer.
C0PTIXO ALSO ATTENDED TO.
ry An ordert left at II. M. Whitney's Book stars will teccH
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS, ETC,
FOR THE STATE OP CAXTFOBNIA.
At Ilaaalala.Oacc tfl). C. Waterssraa ax, CW
WILL ATTEND TcTtAKINC OP BTSPOtT
T1')NS, Acknowleilgmenta, and all other lBStrnssts
Writing to be used In this State.
Honolulu, Dec. 3. I8M.
VOI- 5 COMPLETING THE SERIES Ol
Macaulay'a Uutory of England, just received.
ptsts, volSn OO.
I few seU of tbs wcrk
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