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tbabslats rao scviLi.ro. bt ata a. wcxwaa itttob.
J Beavy and solemn,
A cloudy column,
'raraagu the grew plala they marching cam !
'tfsawareJes spread, like a table dread,
for the wild grim dice of the iron rune.
Look are Vent ou the shaking ground.
Scans heat loevL with a k aril Hi ( soand i
Swiftly by the breasts that nt bear the brut.
Oallova the m)nr aioa the front
Halt !" .
And lettered they stand at the stark commsnd.
And the warrioia, aUca halt !
Pre la the Mas wf as sewing glowia.
Thai aa the bill-top shines In Having t
- cm yo the facta' banners aving r
We are the fcemaa banners waring !
Owl be with ye, ehll Jreo and wife !"
Bark to the music "the tnav a id the ft'
How they ring through the ranks, which they rouse to the strife !
Thrilling they aosnd, with their kioaa tone
ThriOiog they go, through the saacrcw and boos !
Hrmlkrrm, Cast grant, waen thU life it e'er,
ia l lift I caste tkat are saeef aac ar
the smnks how the lightning Is clearing asunder
LUrk ! the gaas, peal on peal, how they booea In their thunder !
rraot host la boat, with kindling sound.
The shooting signal circiea round
At, s!tnat It furtb to life or death,
reer already breathes the breath !
Ibe wsf la waging, staughter raging.
And heavy through the reeking pall
The iron death-dice fall !
Nearer they done, upon Ms,
Ready ! fruea sowar to square it goea.
They kneel aa one man. from flank to flank.
And the Bre coaaee sharp from the foremost rank.
Many a soldier to earth la seat.
Many a gap by the ban ia rent t
O'er the corse be springs the hinder man,
that the line may not fail to the frarlese Tan.
Tj the right, to the left, and around and around.
Death whirU in its lance oa the bloody ground,
tiod's sunlUhl ia quenched la the fiery Cgbt,
vr the host falls a brooding nigbt !
Mrotktrt, God grant, when tkis lift is s'rr,
la It lift te came, fAo are awl aaee mar I
The dead men Be bathed In the weltering blood.
An-I the Bring are blent a the atippery flood.
And the feet, as they reeling and sliding go,
Bt walto still on the corses that sleep below.
what ! Francis V " Give Charlotte my last farewell."
As the dying man murmurs, the thunders swell.
m give O Ood ! ara their guns so near 1
Bo comradea ! ya volley ! looa sharp lo the rear !
m gire to thy Charlotte thy last farewell s
Sleep suit ! warre death thickest deacendetb In rain,
Tbe friend thoa tbrsaketh thy side may regain !
Bitherward, thitherward reeks the fight; '
Darkly and aaoce darkly day i looms into night
BotMer, Hod grmnt, ttken tkU lift it s'rr,
la tkt lift ceaw that we awef aac mare
Btfk to the hoots that galloping go ! .
The adjutant Bring
The tumemea press hard oa the panting foe.
Their thunder booms, In dying
Terror has seised on the dastards all,
And their colors fall !
ClMed Is the brunt of the glorious fight !
And the day, like a conqueror, bums no the night.
Tramps and flat awcOina; choral alone
The triumph already sweeps marching m aona
FartwtU. alltn trtlktrt ; lAaaeA (At lift bt e'er,
TAerc'a waa Arr, ta acAicA ape tkmJl mttt yew aace atars
Ds art lost ia lamentation over tbe long of dm.
On row a poo a buab. though bat a little oa.
mo4 thoaich aot yet blown, prove that which bears
it to L a tro loaotre.
AH aaea who do anything must rod or deprecia
tion of their efforts. It ia tbe dirt which their chariot
wheel throw p-
Thar i G irlie proverb : If the beat man'e
Ctlt were written oa bia forehead, it would soaks
hie pail hi bat over hi eye.
To givt moral subjects their true relief, yoa require,
a in the atereoacope. to Kxk through two glaase
that ( i be intellect and that ol lb heart.
A reserved nan i in eootinoal conflict with lb
social part of hi oat ore, and even grwdge himself
tbe Uagh into which he ia sometimes betrayed.
On is moch lea sensible of Cold on a bright day
than en s duody one; too tb aoiiahine of cbeerfai
ne and hope will lightest every trooble.
Our eatoca a ad h.ibit ar like tb rots in road.
The wheel of lite settle into them; aod we g along
throbgh the fuire, because it U too moch troubi lo
get not of Ibeoa.
Buldoe is blind; whereof it ia still in counsel, bat
good ia eiccaiion. For ia ouansel it is good lo e
dangers; in executiuo, not lo se I beat , except they
b very g-eat.
Religion i not a thing which spends itself. It is
like a river which widens continually, and is never
broad or so deep as at its moatb. wber it roll
into tb ocean of eternity.
Medicine wYA never remedy bad habit. Indul
gence ol the appetite, indiscriminate dostnc nod
drazciar. have ruiotd tb health and destroyed tbe
Lve vf more perMun than famin or pestilence. If
jaa wilt take advice, yoa will become regular in
your habits, eat an drink only wholesome thing,
retire and rise very regularly. Make a free use of
water to purify the ekio ; and wbeo sick, take coun
sel of tb best practical man you know, and follow
Where there ia much desire lo learn, there of
Bcesity will be much arguing, much writing, many
opiutoo. for opinion ia good tneo i but knowledge
ia the making. A little generous prudence, a little
forbearance of one Another, and some grain of char
ity, might win all these diligence to join and unit
into on general search after Truth.
Tub Lomop a Wirg No man but one who ha
Len called noon to mourn tbe loss of beloved cotn-
Mnian can aroreciate tb beauty and truthfulness of
tb following article whiob we copy from an ex
In comparison with tbe loss of a wife all other
bereavement are trifling. Tbe wife she who fill ao
large a apace in tb domestic heaven; she who ha
boated herself so un wearily for the precious one
around her ; bitter, bitter ia the tear that tall upon
the cold clay ! Yoa stand beside her ecfSn, and
think of the past. It seems an amber colored path
way, when tbe-sun shone on beautiful flowers, and
the stars bung glittering over bead. Fain would tbe
Ml linger there; no thorn are remembered, save
th on your bands may unwillingly have planted; her
noble lender heart lies open to your inmost eigbt.
You think of her now aa all gentlenes. all beauty,
all purity. Bur she is dead ! The dear bead tbat
has Uin upon your bosom rest in tb still darkness
poo a pillow of claj. Tbe hands that have mini
tered ao untiringly are folded beneath tbe gloomy
portal, tbe heart whote every beat measured an
eternity of love lie under your feet. Tbe flowers she
bent over in smiles, bend now above ber in tears,
hiking tbe dew from tbeir petal, that the verdure
around ber may be green and beautiful.
CflaBACTtft rs Powi. It iiuflen said that knowl
edge is power, and this is true Skill or faculty of
any kind, carries with it superiority. So to a certain
extent, wealth is power, and rank ia power, and
f enios ha a transcendant gift of mastery over men
ilut higher, purer, and better than all, more consis
tent in its influence and more lasting in it sway, is
th power r.f character; that power which emanate
frtm a pare and lofry mind.
Take any e .mtuonity. who i tbe man of most influ
ence t To whom do all loi.k op with reverence t Not
the smartest man. nor tbe cleverest politician, nor
the most brilliant talker, bat b who in a long course
f years tried by tbe extreme of prosperity and
adverrity. ha approved himself to the judgment of
Li neighbor and all who bav Men hi life, a wor
thy la b called wia and good.
CIMLX AXD OTHERS CRCI8I.VO Ol
tb Maaiean Coast, should procure a cny t we apaiuaa
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PC8t.lHfieO WEEKI.V BV
IliCNKt M. WHII.SKI .
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, APRIL
SIX DOLLARS PER iXSl'M.
VOU VI. .4I. WIIOLEXa.301.
J. II. COLE,
(sccctadoa to a. r. rrtim.)
At his late rooms. Queen Street. 382-1 y
II. W. SEVERANCE,
auctio xxnzin in.
ASD COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Wai contiaue business at tbe old stand on Queen street.
C. II. LEH ERS,
Lamberand baiUine aaaterialaort Bt. llonolulu. 267-1 jr
C. DREWEK 24,
General Merchant and Agent fur the sale of the products of the
Brewer Plantation. 270-ly
tb. c. acres.
Ton HOLT A IIEUCK,
General CctnmiMlnn Merchants. Honolulu. Oahu, 9.
ALEX. J. CART WRIGHT,
Commission Merchant and General Shipping Ageut, Honolulu,
Oahu. H. I. 27-ly
Lumber Merchant Yard on Cocar II orgs Saraac, New Es
JANIOX. OREE.V At CO.,
Commission MerehanU File-Proof Buildings. Queen street,
llonoiutu, April 1, 1859. 2G7-ly
XV. X. TLA OD,
Importer and Dealer in IIabdwsbs, Cctlbbt, MBCBAeics
Tools and Agbiccltcal IsrLsaicsrra, Fort atreet. Hono
Dealer In Pry and Fancy Onnds, Hotel Street, between Xan
ana and Mauna nea streeta.
II. II ACKFELD & CO.
Oeneral Commission Agents, Honolulu,
Oahu, 8. I.
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher, Hotel Street, opposite to
Government House. 267-ly
cbas. a. suaor. w. a. aldbic.
BISHOP Sc CO.,
Bankera. OIBce In the east corner of "Makee's Block," on
Kaahumanu street, Homlula.
Draw Bills of Exchange oo
Messrs. Obisxbll, Mktoi A Co., New York.
Hsxbt A. Pi sac a, Eaq., - Boston.
Messrs. Moboab, Stb Co, - San Francisco.
Will receive depne.t. discount first-class business paper, and
attend lo collecting, etc 267-ly
SAU'L. B. CA3TLB- AMOS. 8. COOKS.
CASTLE Jt COOKE,
Importers and Wholesale and Retail dealers in Oeneral Mer
chandise, at the old stand, corner of King and School
streets, near the laree Stone Church. Also at the New
Fireproof Store in King street. ppote the eeamen's Cha
peL Agents for UR. JAYHETS MEDICINES.
Dealer in General Merchandise, Hilo, Hawaii. Ships supplied
with recruits at the shortest notice, on reasonable terms
Bills of exchange wanted. 267-ly
I. N. FL.ITN E R,
Continues his old business in the fireproof building, Kaahuma
Chronometers rated hy observation of the snn and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
aaertdiaa af Jlonolnla. Particular attention Riven to fine
watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant glasses silvered
and adjusted Charts and nautical instruments conManlly
on hand and for sale. jnt-ij
J. II. WOOD,
Manufacturer. Imnnrter and Dealer in Boots and Shoes of every
description. Shoe Findings, Pump, Sole, Rifririnc, Harness,
and Patent Leathers. Calf, Goat, Hog, and Buck Skins,
Trunks. Valises. SnarribB Gloves, Foils, snd Masks, UlacK
Inc. Brushes, Hosiery, Ac. Ac Brick Shoe store, comer of
F'rt ami Merchant sta., Honolulu. H. I- 26. -ly
ALE asn PORTER,
HONOLULU STEAM FLOUR MILL Co.
Proprletors-G. P. JCDD,8."sAVIDGE,and C. U. LEWKRS
O. P. Jcnn, Purchasing Agent.
8- Savioc, Sefing Arent.
C. H. Lbwsss, Treaaurer.
csa. a. t.crr.
C. BREWER & CO.,
Commission & Shipping Merchants,
Ilcwalwlw. Oaks, II. I.
Joss. M. noon. Esq..
Jambs Hcssbwbll, Esq.,
Cbablbs Bbbwbb, Kaq., .......
Ii. A. Pmbcs. Esi .
MssuB. McRcsb Msbbill, I
Csas. Wolcott Bsooxn, Esqn i '
M can as. H. Prsrac A Co.,
MaasBa. Paais, Hcbbbll A Co....
Dtaler in General .Mtrekandue. Island Produce,
tft-, and Commistio Merchant.
Byron's Bay, Hilo, S. I.,
Will keep ctoatantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
description of goods n-ooired h7 ships and others. The
biKbest price riven Ur Island Produce.
Money advanced fr r Bills of Exchange at reasonable rates
Hilo. February 3. 1861. W is
J'lHN THOMAS WATER HOUSE,
Importer and Dealer In General MercLaodiae, Honolulu, II. L
His Ex. R C- Wilui,
B. F. 8 vow. Ei?-.
C. A. Willi t A Co.,
Csas. Bbb-wsk. Kq., .
Wilcox, Ricsabos A Co.,
rn o a So,
Taos. Srascaa. Esq., .
11. Dickiviu, Ksq
B. PrrsAa, Esq.,
McRCBB A MaSMLL,
C. W. B books A Co-,
G. T. Lawtos, Esq-,
Tosrs, Baos- A Co.
UR. J. MOTT SMITH,
OfBce corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
E. HOFFMANN, M. D.,
Physician and Surgeon, Maker's Block, corner Queen and Kaa
humanu streets. 267-ly
StotUinas an geal (tstatr.
THE STORE OX K A A II CM A XL
opposite tbe Bank. Apply to
DR. SMITH, Dentist.
CIIAS. F. CUILLOl', M. 1 ,
Late Sunreon United Slates Navy, late Consular Physician to
American seamen and general practitioner.
OfBce corner Kaabumanu and Merchant streets, and residence
at Dr. Wood's Mansion, Hotel street.
Medical aod Surgical advice in English, French, Spanish, and
Office hours from 11 A. a. to 2 p. at otner hours inqnire at
bis residence. 267-ly
II. ST A N E X W A Ll , M. D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Late New York City Dispensary Physician, member of the
Medico Cbirurgical College and of the Pathological Society
of New York.
Office at Dr. Judd's Drug Store, on Fort Street. Residence in
Nuuanu Valley, opposite that of E. O. Hull, Esq. 277-1 y
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. 267-ly
E. O. HALL,
Importer and Dealer in Hardware, Dry Goods, Paints, Oils, and
general Merchandise, corner of Fort and King streets 267-ly
MERCH ANT TAILOti, on Fort Street, opposite Burgess' Saloon,
between Kin and Merchant Streets.
Cloths, Cassimeres and V citings always on hand, and cloth
ing made up in the oet atyle. 296-ly
A. S. CRINBAUM & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Fashionable Cl'-thlng,
Hats. Caps, Boots and Shoes, aod every variety or Gentle
men's Superior Furnishing Goods. Store, formerly occu
pied hy W. A. Aklrich, Esq-, in Makee't Block. Queen
Street. Honolulu, Oahu. 278-1 J
D. F. SNOW,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
IlaswlailM, Oahsi, II. I. 267-ly
W. A. ALDBICB, . S. WALKEB, S. C. ALLKS.
ALDRICH, WALKER & CO.,
Importers and Commission Merchants Dealers In General
Merchandise, and Agents for the Sale of Island produce.
Agents for tbe Lihue, Metcalf. and Princeville Plants' Ions.
O. C. WATERMAN is. CO.,
Especial attention paid to the interests of the Whaling Fleet, by
the furnishing of funds, purchase and sale of Exchange, Oil,
Bone, General Merchandise, and the procuring of Freight
Messrs. Isaac Howlaxd, J a., A Co., New Bedford,
W. O. E. Purs, Esq., do.
Mobcas, Stomb A Co., San Francisco.
McRceb At Mkbbill, do 267-ly
Cottage To L.et !
THE PLEASANT T W O-ROO M ED
Collage, centrally located oa Fort reet, Utrly occupied
by the undersigned. Possession given immediately
Terms low ; apply to
11. M. WHITNEY.
MTIIE IIOl'SK AND PREMISES AT
preaeut occupied by the wudersigued, on King
eireet. Large and airy aod every convenience, mm
eOo-2m J NO. H. BKOVt N.
TO LET !
OR LEASE FOR SALE OF THE DE
sirahle business premises, situated at Lah'iina, Island
of Maui, formerly occupied by GiUman A Co., more re
cently hy Boiies Co. Apply to
300-30) C. S. BARTOW, Lahaina.
TO IIG LET !
Dwelling1 Houses I
SUITABLE FOR LARGE FAMILIES!
M ARMENIA HOUSE ON TJERETANIA
Street, at present occupied by Capt, Green and his fam
ily, with or without the two cottages in front.
Euiry irutn the 2tJth January, to 1st February.
The spacious II use on Waikiki Plains, Iatey occupied by
Mr. Jarrett, with its out-hous-s and large enclosures.
Entry immediately. Apply to C. O. HARRIS,
295- 3m Attorney at Law.
1URCIIASED AT THE HIGHEST MAR.
KhT PKlt fcS, Dy
301-3m U. UACKFELD A Co.
By Express, ahead
r at '
of the Mails
ST7IVERV ONE WHO
M2d ceive the latest Eastern Amencau and
MELCIIERS it. CO.,
Importers and Commission
STONE STORE, KAAHCMANT ST., CORNER MERCHANT.
AGENTS FOR THE
vfAwarvcs-BasMBS Fibb IrsrBASC Co.
Pmirts Flocb MtLLS. San Francisco-,
Sale of AsBorr At Rbi!(abdts Salt Hssr,
Sale of SrosB, Molasses aso Otssb Ha waiias PaoDrcs.
Consignments reipectfully solicit.!, and all orders from the
other islands and abroad, promptly executed.
Gcstav C. Mslcbsbs. J. D. Wiota, F. A. Scrabtsb,
Bremen. Honolulu. Honolulu.
WILCOX, RICHARDS & CO.
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants, dealers in General
Merchandise. Ke-p constantly on hand a foil assortment
of merchandise, for tbe supply of Whalera and Merchant
AGENTS FOR THE
Regular Dispatch Line of Packets,
HONOLULU & SAN FRANCISCO.
Bark CaMel. Cat. Jabst Pwtv.
ipredwell.n C'natt. Jmm. Smith).
m MIaakre.H Capt W. Clmlsa.
One of the above Teasels will be dispatcbed regularly every
three weeks, or oftener.
Freight and Passengers taken at the lowest rates.
All of the above vessels hare superior arencomwlations for
Paaseogcra. for whom every comfort will be afforded.
Through Bills Lading, will be given at Hooolulo. for merchan
dise to New York or Boston, the freight being resbipped at San
Francisco, oa board first class clippers without extra expense
Shippers can also procure at Boavm or New Tork. through
BiUa Lading- tjt freight shipped via San Francisco, of Mesors.
Ulkldea A Williams, Bon and Messrs. W. T. Coleman a Co ,
yew Tork. Messrs. McRoer Merrill. A reals for Regular
PiapaJTli Li, at aaa Frsacisce. 907-If
UTAI & AH EE,
Agents for the Sugar Plantations of Aiko. at Papakoa, and Iwo
at Pulo, Hilu ; Importers and Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers in China Goods ; have on hand, for sale, at their estab
ments on King street, Honolulu, and at Lahaina, Af aul
Sugar, Molasses, Syrup, Tea, Coffee, and a large and
varied assortment of general merchandise
Honolulu. August 12, 157. 71-1 y
S. II. DOWSETT,
TS .VOW PREPARED TO FX'RNISII BUILD
JL lug Material of every description at tbe lowest Market
Orders from the country, and other islands solicited.
Lumber Yard on corner of Queen and Fort Streets. 29A-om
W1SHSE TO RE"
should take one of the California Weeklies. Arrangements have
been completed, by which the
S. F. Bulletia, aasl
Sacra arals I'alwa.
fweekly is ice,) will be renularly received by packets direct, and
can be supplied at Eight Dollars ($S 00) ayear, from my news
depix Copies can be famished at any time. All these are
mammoth double sheet weeklies, well worth the price.
jZr These California papers are received toy tpteial Exprttt
arrangements, and no expense or efforts will be spared to
furnish reKular subscribers with them sooner than can be bad
through any other source. Apply to
Mutual Marine Insurance Company,
milB UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
A appointed Agenta for the above company, beg leave to
inform the the public, that tney are now prepareu to issue
MARIN K INSURANCE POLICIES
on Cargo, Freight and Treasure.
n. H ACKFELD A CO.
Honolulu, March. Wi 30i-ly
Agent for the Bremen and Dresden Board of Underwriters. All
average claims against the said L nd rewrite ra, occurring in
ur about this Kingdom, wui have to oe cerunea oeior mm
FI11E INSURANCE COMPANY.
FYiHE UNDERSIGNED. Agents of the above Com
I put. are prepared to insure risks against fire in and
For particulars apply at the oOce.
Bono olu Oct- 11. 15T. 267-ly
milE UNDERSIGNED HAS RECEIVED
M. by different arrivals, the f-Mlowing assortment of Station
ery, to which hewouM respeciiuiiycau attention:
Setta fine acct books, from 1 to Round and flat paper weights,
6 uuires. Enameled papers, anstd colors.
A splendid assortment nf mem- Gold balance for American coin,
oraoda books and tablet,. Portfolios, with 4r without locks.
Tack mem books.every variety, Bankers' cases and wallets of
Log books, all sizes, all sises and variety.
Baled and unruled cap paper. Pencil leads, slate pencils.
letter paper. Sealing wax. Several varieties,
Fancy, plain A ruled note paper Round and fiat ebony and ma
Broad and narrow bill paper, I horany rulers.
Red and white blottinc paper. ' Letter clips bronxe, gilt 4 board
Post office envelope paper : Printed and blank receipt books
Legal cap paper, 1 Lacquered calendars.
Red lead pencils. Tin paper cutters.
Drawing several kinds, i Notarial seals, desk blotter.
Letter copying books. Boxwood sand boxes.
Ink. black, biue, red, carmine. Tissue paper of all colors,
copying and indelible. Physicians' visiting lists.
Steel pens. IndodinB II ant's. Patent ink and pencil erasers.
Hints, Wells, Gillots, N'. Port monnaies, a variety,
706,303, and Barnard's vul- Invoice files. Morocco cigar ca,
ca nixed pens, and a large vari- Gummed labels, bill books,
etr of new styles.
Envelope., a great variety.
Wafers, fancy and common,
Penholders, a great variety.
Boxes water colors.
Cs mathematical instruments.
.Cards of every variety.
School copy bonks, many kinds,
Cargo books printed,
Flat copying brrshes.
autical almanacs. 1860-1.
Ivory A cocoa hanulcd erasers, Thermomeb-rs of various sixes.
Red tape, India rubber hands for filing
Linen sod office twine, ; papers,
Ivory Ir boxwood letters stamps. Boxwood ir metal wafer s'.ands
Gummed lawyer's seals. Vesta matches and boxes.
Splendid steel plate blank notes, and exchange.
Copper and grodium pens for red ink,
Cohen's spring holders fur music, coin trays and boxes,
Boxwood and glass screw top traveling ink stands.
Flat glass and drop top do, round, square and concave.
Hinged hill files, ready reference do,
Hudson's patent pen cleaner, red and black bottle wax,
Lipman's patent eyeleting machine and eyelets.
Dampening brushes, sheets oiled paper.
And a larve assortment of articles of desk furnirnre.too numer
ous to particularise. n. M. WH ITN EV.
Chart ol tlic S I.
JCST RECEIVED FROM WASHINGTON
a few copies of the fine
FO It. T 11 E YEAR 1862.
For sale by
H. M. WHITNEY.
OMMERCIAli ADVERTISER. VOL,
bound . can be bad at our counter Price S OO.
MTOlm & COMPLETING THE SERIES OF
V Macaolay'a History of England, just received.
Price l ,
A few sets of the work complete, t vols., f,G OO.
II. M. WHIT NET.
GROCER'S CROWN STRAW WRAP
Grocer's IVuble Crown Wrapping Paper.
Drugiist's Manila Wrapping Paper.
For sale low by
U. M. WHITNEY.
OF VARIOUS SIZES. BRISTOL BOARD
and Card Buard, White, Red Yellow and Green.
For sale by
B. at. WHITNEY.
On Fort street, above Hotel private en
trance from Hotel atreet.
MTIIE PROPRIETOR OF THIS WELL
known and popular establishment, respectfully Informs
his rriends and the public generally, that he has refitted
and opened this bouse for the accomnoiiaiiuna of those who
kindly wish to bestow their patronage on him.
Strangers visiting the inlands, would do well to call and see
the accommodatious, as the proprietor It; la sure tbat none like
tbem can be had on as reasonable terms.
The sleeping apartments are tboroughk' ventilated tbe local
ity is pleasant and agreeable, and the tales will always be fur
nished with the choicest the markets aff.nl.
The proprietor ia conn lent, from his loij experience and strict
attention to the business, that he can givi full satisfaction to all
who may favor him with a call.
JOHN DAVIS, Proprietor.
Late of National Dining Saloon.
N. B Ladies may depend upon Mrs. Davis sparing no pains
to make them comfortable. 2tt7-3m.
Ex " GEORGE WASHINGTON."
7-8 Clear Pine, planed on one side.
For sale by
F. II. & G. SEGELKEX,
Nuuanu Street, Honolulu,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS
In Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper and Zinc Waic.
LEAD PIPES LAID AND REPAIRED,
Ebt Ship Work promptly executed. 3
BENNETT & M'KENNEY,
Boot and Shoe makers, cfn
Nuuanu St-, west side, above Hotel St. VW
All Orders entrusted to us will be attended to with neatneaa
and dispatch. S6-ly
Carpenter, Builder and Undertaker!
TMIE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE res
pectfully to inform his friends and the pultlic generally,
that having recently enlarged his premises, he is now prepared
lo do ail work in tbe above line, with dispatch and in a work
Koa and Pine Coffins always on hand.
Jobbing done on reasonable terms.
HKNKY ALLEN, Fort at ,
Opposite the Fam'ly Grocery and Feed Store.
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
!fe'-'aa NEW AND SECOND-
autly on band, and for aale at
Second-hand Furniture Bought at
II. ALLEN'S CARPENTER SHOP,
Fort St., opposite A. D. Cartwright'g Feed Store.
t. nossr.iArj & sou,
Corner of KING and NUUANU Streets.
Bakers, Grocers, and General Deal
ers in Merchandises
IN RECEIPT OF FRESH GROCERIES Br
EVERY SAN FRANCISCO PACKET.
AN ASSORTMENT OK POROUS WATER
MONKEYS. For aale at
T. UOSSMAN A SON'S.
IRESII BREAD AND BUTTER.
' For sale at T. MOSS.MAN s SOS'S.
GROUND COFFEE Every Day
T. MOBSMAN A SON'S.
SUGARS. DIFFERENT QUALITIES. AT
T.MOSsMAN A SON'S.
HAWAIIAN CORN MEAL.
T. MOSSMAN A SOS'S.
bT1 I") oea Af
T. MOSSMAN A SON'S.
TEAST POWDERS, AND GUN POWDER
at T. MOSSMAN A SON'S,
ILL THE SPICES AND CONDIMENTS
necessary for a well regulated family, at
27-3m T. MOSSMAN A SON'S.
CT KOA BUREAUSalwayeouhaod.
Honolulu Soap Works!
W. J. RAW LI IMS-
considerable improvements in the above Establishment,
bees leave to announce to hia Customers and the Public In
general, that be is prepared to supply them with genuine
equal, ir not superior to the best Imported.
N. B. SOAP GREASE WANTED.
THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE
to state, that be has taken tbe simp formerly occupied
bv G. Siders. and is ready to execute all orders in
bis linewithneatness and dispatch.
j. g. Particular attention paid to rensiring Sewing Machines
JAMES A. HOPPKK,
285-ly Kaahumanu street-
IE. 0 IHJAILIL
HAS IN STORE. AND
WTvORCE AND LIFT PUMPS.
Ml Bar State cooking stoves, 4 sis-si grindstone.
Broad and axe hatcaets.
Boxes I. U. tin.
tead vlpr. asst'd,
feather dusters, picks.
clinch and horse nails, baU
Buses glass, asst'd aicee,
saw clam pa,
locks, bolts, butts,
hinge, screws, rivers.
spring 0sh-hoka, tisakrta.
nails, raw hides Urge sian, sand carpenters' tools targe assort,
and emery paper, brashes
all kinds, nose wit
couplings s pipes,
2 to in.,
plated spnon and forks.
Brittannia and glass
Citron Peel, at
T. MOSSMAN A SON'S.
Mess Pork and
Superior Salmon, at
T. MOSSMAN A SON'S.
CALIFORNIA CRACKERS. AND
" Jenny Lind Cakes, at
T. MOSSMAN A SON'S.
J Tapioca, and
T. MOSSMAN A SON'S.
A LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT
of Crockery and Glass Ware of all kinds
at T. MOSSMAN A SON'S.
JAMES A. BURDICR
IN REMOVING HIS BUSINESS
to his new COOPKR AGE on the Esplanade,
Fort street, takes this opportunity of return
ng his sincere thanks to his friends and the
public in general, for the support and patron
aee which thev have been pleased to grant
him for the nast ten vears. and hopes that by attentiou to Dusi-
ness and promptness in the execution of all orders intrusted to
him, he will merit a continuance of their favors.
lie has on hand for sale upwards ol sUlfU DDIS. ! taisi
of all sorts and sixes. :4eo-ly
BRANDS SUPERIOR TOBAC-
T. MOSSMAN If SON'S,
DRESERVES, JELLIES AND A LARGE
Assortment of fruits in tin and glass.
t T. MOSSMAN A SON'S.
SAUCEPANS AND TEA KETTLES.
At T. MOSSMAN A SON'S.
A. Larffo itiid Neat Assortment or
And otliei Dry Goods.
r. MOSSMAN A SON'8.
GEORGE G. HOWE.
S. H. DOWSETT,
OFFERS FOR SALETHE CARGO OF THE
From Teekalel, IV. T.
ROUGH N. W. BOARDS,
Matched flooring pine boards.
And scantling of all sixes, at the lowtft market rates. 294 3m
FOR THE LADIES !
JUST RECEIVED BY
CASTLE & COOKE,
CONSISTING IN PART OF
Kxra styles FRENCH PRINTS,
Cballe and ribbed Delaines.
Over one hundred different pattern American prints.
Extia nne-nne-tnediutn and coarse all wool white flannels,
" . 4. bleached asal unblea. 4-4 cottons.
White cnt'on and wool flannels, blu?berase.
Velvet ribbons, children's pant stuff.ruches.
Crochet cotton, wrought collars, colon triages,
Ladies' belts and belt ribbons.
Cambric and muslin edgings and insertions,
White marseilles. dimity bands, boys hose,
G-tuntlets. Iile gloves. One mohair oitts.
Brooks', Orr A- McNaught's and Coa's spool cotton,
A floe assortmentof
4-c., Ac, fcc, Ac, 296 3m
niHG UNDERSIGNED IS PREPAKEUXO
I furnish IKON and BRASS CASTINGS, and all kinds of
Machinery and Smith's Work at the Shortest notice ana
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS
MADE TO ORDER.
itt CONSTANTLY ON II AND A sapply of Anvils, Cart
Boxes, Korge Backs, Chain Stoppers. Sash Weights, Stove Plates
and Linings, Dumb Bells, Ac, Ac. Ac.
283-1, THOMAS HUGHES
II A WA 1 1 A N SOAP FACTOBI!
WM. H. THUDDY!
HAVING RECEIVED A LARGE AND FCLL
atock of material, is prepared to supply his customers
and the public, with tbe trf Yellow, Brswa nasi
SOFT A-I OIL SOAP,
In large or small quantities to suit.
P. 8. Soap grease always wanted. 279-1 y
FRESH BITTER! FRESH BITTER!
FROM McBR V D E'S. W A II I A W A ,
WAIALUA FALLS, Msse by Mrs, Wicbke.
Received regularly, and for sale by
298-3m 8. 8ATIDGE.
Shoe nails, tacks, Iwada, aawa, auger bits.
Seine twine, lamp wick. Jews harps, spectacles,
I. K. bails, UiltoU'n sted pens, powder.
" caps, pistol caps, steelyards, castora.
Tea and coffee pots, ox bows, yokes, chains.
Plows, corn shelters, grain mills, hand carts,
C. S. shoveU, boys' C. A. spades, hand screw.
Bench rises, claro screws. Manila rope.
Lines, window line, sauce pans, bake ketilea.
Ladies' saddles, bridles, girths and leathers.
Preserving bottles, framed skates,
SpauMing's glue, copper, brass and Iron wire.
Letter, bill, fool teas and wrapping paper.
Pencils, blank books, envelopes.
Looking gtatses. dividers, erasers, and a larg
nieut of cHKLs HARDWARE.
Dry Goods. &c
Hosiery, ladles' chllds, and gents.
Cambrics asst'd colors.
Ruches, Mosquito netting,
Blearhed drilling, Amb'd curtains,'
Dotted Swiss muslin. Lines toweling.
Trimming fringe, QaaoUsas,
Jaconet muslins. Corsets,
Hooped skirts ladies' aod misses, Ac. A.
Paints Oils &c
Pure white lead.
Red lea l,
' Paris green.
White sine paint.
Bo lied and raw 1 1 mi si 00,
Copal and Greeiaa vajraish,
Tandy ke brown, aC
GENT'S CALF BOOTS, .
LADIES and CHILDREN'S BOOTS 8c
SHOES and RUBBERS.
HATS ! a variety,
AIsSO A general assortment of
HABDWAKE, DRY GOODS,
Ate., ate., fcc
To arrivw by the 1 ARCTIC in all Marc.
WM. H. WRIGHT,
WOl'LD R ESHECTFl'LLV INFORM THE
public that be is prepared to Manufacture
Tatrwiaie etr mm slber kind f Water Wheel,
and warrant them, at reasonable rates. Orders for any kind oj
31 i 1 1 w i- i li t Work
solicited and promptly attended to.
Koloa, Oct. ic, lsoi. aiz-ty
OF SIMON RIJEMBENDE Ai ONS
Schiedam, in cases, quarts and H quart bottles.
WHISKEY In 10-gal k gs,
COGNAC In 10 and 18-gal. kegs.
JAMAICA RUM In Sand 10-gal. kegs.
For sale at M LLC HERS A Co.a.
ALCOHOL 96 Pr. C., IN
Vinegar in Demijohna.
Genuine Singapore Pepper.
For sale at (2U5-3m)
Bales Fancy Prints.
ALES PINK AND 1 EL LOW PRINT
Bales Red and Black Prints.
Cases checked Cashmeres,
" Royal blue Orleans,
Black floored Orleans.
Blue figured Orleans.
Black and Rrae Broadcloth.
Silk Velvet Ribbons and Bracelets.
Brown and striped cotton Socks,
Ladios white cotton Hose,
031aolr Velvet !
Genuine Ean de Colosne.
For sale at
MELCHERS A Co-'s.
MELCHERS A Co.'.
WHALING CRAFT AND GEAR.
Tarred and Manila Cordage.
Hunting Powder, in ) and 1 lb. tint.
Linseed Oil, in Demijohns.
For sale at f96-3m) MELCHERS a Co.'a.
BASS k Cw-, I Q CARTS,
J. C. Marsetti A Sons, in quarts.
Ii. Deetjen, in quarts.
Barcley, Perkins A Co., in quarts.
I or Sale at
MELCHERS A Co.'s.
f LARGE FIRE PROOF SAFE.
A. Two small Fire proof Sales.
One Iron Money Chest
For sale at (294-3m) MELCnERS A Co.1
Children's Toy Books, Stationery
FOR SALE Br
HENRY M. WHITNEY.
COZAX'S COLORED J I'VE NILE LIBRARY.
Lulu Tales, pictorial, colored.
The Teacher's Token, pictorial, colired.
Dame Wonder's Series, pictorial, Caiored.
Picture Reward Carda, colored.
llewett's Illuminated Household Sories, colored.
Old M'lther Hubbard on linen, coltred,
Mother Goose, on linen, colored, atd
littlest rttctllde !
A few of
tE.Wi.V'S COMMERCIAL, and RhOADBV ALB ATA
i E r s ,
The very best steel pen mamtactured.
A few very superioi
Very superior style
In book fiTm.
DavitlV Carmine Inlc !
MUSIC PAPER ASDBLAMC BOOKS,
Letter, Cap and Note Paper, in great viriety, and a complete
assortment of Office Stationery.
C. E. WII.I.IATIS
Cabinet Maker and Turner.
TH E OLD STAND, HOTEL STREET, NEAR
the corner of Fort.
Furniture of all kinds made and repaired.
On hand and for sale, READY MADE FURNITURE, Koa
Boards. Joist and Plank; Cedar, Black Walnut and Cherry
Boards; Rosewood and Mahogany Veneering.
A large assortment of Gil: Moulding, and large sixed Glass.
A variety of Rocking, Dining, Office and Children's Chairs.
Polished Coffins on hand and mac to order. 267-ly
Steam Biscuit Bakery !
A rtlirT I I I III n III
JCST R EC El V EDI
The Child's Picture Book of Blrdu
" Picture Bonk or a ninals
" Bible Picture Book.
" Picture Fable Book.
Prleafl 25 each For Sale by
I. M. WHTTNEY.
THE UNDERSIGN ED WOULD RFS
peclfully inform his friends and the public generally that,
he Honolulu Steam Biscuit Bakery being now in full operation,
he ia prepared to furnish Pilot and Navy Bread, Water Crack
ers and other descriptions of
All of superior quality and at
Prices to defy Competition !
Partus furnishine their own floor for ship bread, will have it
made up at the lowest possible rates.
SHIP BREAD EEBAKED.
Orders from tbe other islands promptly attended to
XT Orders in Honnlnln for shipping to be left with Messrs.
Wilcox, Richards k Co., Queen Street- 297-Am
MELCHERS 3f Co., Agents at HONOLULU.
A RE R EG V LA R I, V RECEIVING byrvrry
Packet, fresh supplies of Klwair from the above celebra
ted Mills, and off-r the same f-r sale at the lownt market rates
The baker fl'aur is iarticularly recommended to the bakers,
and the superdoe flour to the trade in general, while the family
fl'tur for family use, is now acknowledged to be ths favorite with
all the house-keepers on the island. 301-3m
THE ONLY DEPOT WHERE METERS
BITTER IS SOLD.
Fresh Mclokai Butter!
MEYERS' DAIRY !
Rf atlavrly recciTC! maial caataatly fr aale fey
SfAAta J. FTEWARD, Grocer, Hotel street.
OWING TO THE I R REG I' LA HIT Y OF
tbe mails between San Francisco and the Atlantic States,
a portion of oiy Magasinea and Papers are new received by
Expat, but are auljected to greatly increasel charges for
Hawaiian postage (62 cents a year,) Is now demanded oo
snch foreign periodicals, if sent through tbe island mails.
Owing to tbe increased cost in procuring the papers Iron- th
East, which may continue during the war, the rates for Sub
script ion on some of th Papers and Maftxints has Seen
raised. All who have obtained period lea Is from me at less than
the price given below, are notified, that all subscriptions ex.
piling after January 1, 1S62, will be charged according to tbe
new scale. This notice includes those who have been supplied
at lower rates in connection with the Commercial Advertiser.
Those not wishing to continue as subscribers under the new ar
rangement should give me immediate notice.
XT Saercrrpf ions payable always tn advante. AX
Harper's Monthly Msgazine, - - - $ 6 CO
Atlantic Monthly Magazine, ... 6 00
Oodey's Lady's "... B 0U
Leslie's Magaxine of Fashion, .... too
Hunt's Merchants' Magazine, - - 6 00
Knickerbocker " .... S 00
Eclectic " 6 00
Blackwond'r Afagazinc, (English) - i 00
The London Cornhill Magazine, . 00
Tbe londoa Templar do. . . . 7 00
Blackwood and the 4 British Quarterlies, - - 15 00
Either one of the 4 British Quartern, s, 4 00
London Illustrated News, (weekly) ...
" Evening Mail (tri-weekly E lition of the
London Times,) ....
" Punch, (weekly) ....
" Despatch, " .....
The Examiner, ....
Btll's Life in London, -
London Weekly Times, ....
Lloyd's Weekly Newspsper, ...
French Courier des Etats Unls. ...
New York Ilerald, (Steamer Edition)
" World (weekly) -"
" Tribune, " .
" " Times, " .
u Ledjer. (a Story Fan-Sly Paper,)
" " Vanity Fair, (the American Punch.) -
Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, (weekly) -
Harper's Weekly. ... . .
San Francisco Bulletin, ...
" " AltaCalifornln, -
BiMtun Journal, (wetkly) .
New Belford Mercurv, .....
" " Ship List, .....
B. F. SNOW
OFFERS FOR SALE
j TOE FOLLOWING ASSORTMENT OF
j 3VX 33 XI tZJ XX LIVZ) X SZ3 t
HEMP AND MANILA CORDAGE,
Whale Line, Ratlin add Seising Staff,
. Marline, Spun yarn,
Bone Yarn, Cutting In Blocks,
Patent and Bushed Blocks, assorted,
' Mincing Machines Try Work Gear,
, Try Pot. Coolers,
Gig Irons, Laoes.
Copper Pumps, Bhisvss,
Brand's Whsling Ouns and Lance,
Ship and Boat Compasses,
Signal and Boat Lanterns,
t Ships head and Tank Pumps,
Large and small Force Pumps,
TopsAils, T- O. Sails, Royals, Spanker. BuysaO,
Two gangs Lower and Topmast Rigging, nearly aew,
Chain Cable, Fluke and Fin Chait -.,
, Head Straps, Hoop Iron,
. Coopers Rivets, Hammers and Drivers,
Coopers' A Carpentrrs' Tools, One new Whale Boat,
. Anvils. Cabin Table,
Hooks ana Thimbles, Can aod Boat Hooka.
Jib Hanks. Composition Nails,
, Rigging Screws, Boat Grapnels. 39Ms
New Goods New Goods
AND TO ARRIVE BV THE
' ARCTIC V
CASTLE & COOEE,
AT THEIK NEW
FIRE PROOF STORE.
CONSISTING IN PART OF
Pearl River Denims Kerosene Oil,
Ripping, crorseut and pannel saws.
Knives and forks, plane irons,
'. New patent self-healing iron.
Saw and bustard files.
Hose pipes bibbs and couplings.
Carriage whips, telegraph Dee Mrs,
Garden shears, aiut and varnish bnunes.
Butter bowls, milk pans, Britannia lamps,
Cod lines, salt water snap.
Handled axes, rat traps, etc., etc
The above list comprise the h est of British and American
periodical literature, and will be supplied to sulncribers here
at the rates annexed to each periodical. They are all reru
larly received by each packet from tbe United States, aal
ean be supplied on application. The undersigned wHialsoorder
by mail any papers not In the above list fur those w ho may ilea. is
Besides the above, the following papers can always be bad at
the counter on the arrival of each mail :
St. Louis Republican, N. Y. Ledger,
Louisville Journal, Budget of Fun,
Forney's Press, California papers,
Vanity Fair, Oregon papers.
And many others, too Duma oas to spec'fy.
H. M. winniT.
Ho-!!, Jsoaary 30, 184?.
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS, ETC,
FOB THS STATE OF CALITORNXA.
At Hwawlwlw, Oaace sfD. C. Watcraaatai At Cat.
WILL ATTEND TO TAKING OF DEPOf.1
TIO N3, Acknowledgments, aod all other Initmirnas
of Writing to be used lo this State.
Honolulu, Dr. t. 1800.
MAPS OP THE UNITED STATES.
A FEW MAPS OF THE UNITED STATES
oa rollers. Price 8 OO. Fort) by
B. M. WHTTXIT