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Com 111 c r c ia I A d vc rt ise r .
Vr ra the N. V. World, Jur.e 7th
Secesh-Taming as a Fine Art.
War. like nearly -v.-rjr other sort f Lunian
rll.rien.;, ha- its comical -ii. DM I.n iJut
Irr ! ujanaji'-mviit u! New Orl'-an a- ir,ni us
m j'lay." While ii. tiling oul i I.- u.,re earnest
and ctl.-ctive, there it yet a pj i i.f I.uiu t in it,
a certain ait lclicituu--ii.?- in turning the t iM---,
that uiuit m.iktf even iti victim- .-mil-.- while they
wince. It viill he reiuciuh .red that it a- the
New Orh-anaiw who gave the -n-ral lii S'ubrt-ij-uet
til Pieayune liathr" that hem; the v.-ll
k no a ii aellative ! the c j!re-i harher in the
Ltuteiiieiil ut the; St. Ciiailcs. Th f urj ence ha'
penny epithet of cur imj-Iie-J how very cheap
thejr helJ the commander at ship I.-laii'l ; ani the
little bix-hy-nine eheeti ol that juarter of Dixie
were never tireJ of rattling tlie liisd.iitilul little
cicknauie. Xtuie Hear on. One niht, thun
der it heard Jiwn the river awful thunler.
Luvell the wurri'r listens, jzird on his .-word,
and skedaddles. The next 1 y coiues tlie typhoon
of unla.tLi. M -iir tlie ui..vr lw:h'ld. lu junti
hU hih; liur., hljws tl.e fanlarroiiade, and
knocks uider. An evening or two hrin unotlier
ailit. A hoat h-ads uji to the levee, and heavy
platoon- march up the t-trect with a fife and
ia, rlim;j what hai I'n lwjt-n th luvuriie j
I the facetl -il ilk, Picayune Duller & como ;
airoi the facetious ilic, 1'ie.iyi
to town." It proved so. The lour-nc lui'j en
ny general ffw actually on the ground. He was
t regulate them. However, "twan tiohoJy hut
Picayune, and, us the hil. . hie Toots remark
ed, 'tH;n of no con--ju.nce." Well, what
caiue of it ?
The Yankee General Jtlcud vp at the St.
Charles. T as empty and 1-urrt.d. Where was
the landlord ? Oil. The house mur-l le "jii' d.
lmpxih!e. It shall he forced. Well, lure are
the key. S the lir.-t thing wu- to show he could
keep a hotel. Next he rend Word to the mayor
that he uiuxl see hiai ut hi- jiarlor. L ick coined
word that his honor d . hu.-ine?s ut the City
Hall. Straight goes a pTeiiiptory m-s.-agi; hy uu
orderly, and .Mayor Monroe and a whole ln.vy of
Uigniturio make their ap-aratice hats in hand.
The hotcl-kec-er is iuduci-d to draw it mild, and
arranges that the civil government of the city
hall remain in their hands on the condition that
all tlie police mid Sanitary dutict eh.ill In: fuiih
fully perloruied. fur u little while matter.- go
on riuoothly. Hut it soon ix-cume aparent that
the mreets were inglecti-d, ut il on purjse to in
vite Velio w Jack to come and make rhort work
of the liejiain.' A sharp word goe Iroin the
ift. Churies t-j the' City Hall to ft il t the hoe,
and. ut it jump, the hoes were started. Dut it
Went ugainet the grain. The uldermeii could not
flecp o nights. Vellow Jai-k nut ol tin- rpiet-tion.
tht-jr thought they Would try la I-IU France. So
they m.J a resolution tendering the otlict-rs f
the French frigate Vntintt the freedom and hos
pitalities of the city. L'p comes word from tlie
M. Charles that tin's soil of thing don't an-wtr
that the frenJoiii ol ;i capture J city hy the
captive would merit letters jsit. nt lor its novelty,
were there not doubts of its uscfulncfs u& uii in
vention, and that the ten J.-r of ho.j italiti.-s hy
a government to which lice duti.-r and t-anitary
regulations only are intrust -d i m hi ply an invita
tion to the calahooe or the hopital. J'he Women
Lridle up. They ure not content with leading
our quiet Soldiers to themselvet. hut mu.-t needs
innult and ahuse them. The gvinral drt-riiiines
tfiat tliis unfeuiiniiie practice, mo provocative of
ill blood, shall ctop. He proclaims that ull wo
men guilty of it ohull le treati-d as disorderly
Women. Thereupin Mayor MoiiMe t- ag 1111
upn the scene, and a.s cliief magistrate d this
city, chargahle with IU peace and dignity,"
protests again.-t an order extra -pliiiary und
ai-tonishing." The iinm-diate reply is that
John T. Monroe. late mayor of the city of New
Orleans, in relieved from all responrihijity for the
peace of the city, and committed to For J ick.-n
until further orders." Straightway the mayor
hurries down to tlie St. Charles, and makes a
written retraction, to wit: This communica
tion having lievti m-nt under a mi-take of fact,
and lieing improt-r in language, 1 dc-ire to a-i!o-gize
for the Name, and t withdraw it' The .
retraction is accepted, and tlie mayor r. tires ; hut
on tlie next day, having lieen taken t tak ly
bis clique, be again presents himself, with tH.-veraI
backers, to get a modification of the order alut
the women, r to take luck his ajdogy. He
receives tiie re ly that a modification is iuipi
b!e, and with it an argument from the g.od
naturcd general showing its propriety and neces
sity. The mayor 1hws. convinced, and leave.
Two days afterwards again he conn s down witli t
hi friends and it-cists ujn having hack the
aplogy. Tfie general bands it fuck, and, at the
fame moment, gives an order committing the
whole set to F.rt Jacks.n, and there they now
ruminate. Mine host of the St. Charles, like a (
true landlord, maker no distinction of national
ities. The Hritisli Guard." made up i f Urn
Buhjects of Queen Victoria, as a part of the .
foreign 1 -gion whieli kept the )etce of the city, j
after LoveM's leap from it. on dUhandiug ent ;
their arms and equipments to IJ-auregardV army, j
Gen. Iiutler hears ol it. ami orders t!ie ineml rs f
of the com piny who were guilty of this hreacfi j
of neutrality to leave the city within twenty-four i
hours. The Ir iti-Ii consul protest. Ile is an-
wcred : These people thought it of otise- j
quence that IJeiiuregard should have iixty more '
uniforms and ritleo. I thought it of the Kitne
cnseiuence that he t-hould fiave sixty more of
these faithlens men, who may till them if they !
choos;" and her tnajoty's lui.cii nary makes
nothing by his motion. The c nul if the Nether
lands necretes in his vaults a large amount of
Confederate specie. The general- aids make their .
appearance, and demand the keys to the vault.
The consul protects again.-t tlie invasion of his ;
Consulate, and refu.ct to give the keys. Hi per-
n is Nizel and m-archi-d, tlie keys are taken
from him, the vault is oi-cned. a hundred and
ixty kegs of upecie are di-n'overcl. and removed.
The cti)ul sends a vehem-nt protent tj the gene- ,
ral. and in reply is told no i-rson can exceed
me in the resj-cct I chall pay t the llags of all
nations and to the consulate authority, even
while I do not recognize many claims made under
them; but I wi,h it nioct di.-tinetly uudcrctood
that, in order to be m-peited. tlie dn-ul. his
oEc-e, and tlie use of liis tl.ig must each and ull
be respected. The irate Racial, and a d.-z-n
others of the ame grad; from difler- nt nations
who unite with him in the protect, don't succeed
in getting the clight'-st apology ur catifacti n.
The tkreesh of New Orh-ans liave found in thi !
picayune fnnnething they did not count on. and '.
are fast revi.-ing their ideas of Yankee email cin. .
E AM PI XK ORLEANS.
B'.ck ! Mw i!k fr !!.
liUck anil c.t l ilk n. cktir,
Uiack itk cravat.
Black sil umrrl!.
Black ik velvet.
B!.v;k Tetret ritln.
Cctorti velvet r--!rt.
Ccloreil velvet rir.tvri.
Ai cotton ck an-1 dtkin;,
Ilantins Powder in 1 lb. Tin.
For aale y
319.3a MELCHEKS k Co.
Constantly on Ilmid.
rrm'ED from hui ai ai.
.k. nMm.a nf the umlersicnil. n.l f..r :!- v
uum.... - ,i.,T nil rr
2 o3rg ii's iivli v H i i
3Iit I3iisr- 3Int Bajrs.
. x i.- kiml T lOOO K A1AI MADE
M (fool sabtulial 3Iat Ca,
vos HOLT U IlKLt h. .-.
3 JO 3m
Black and Blue Broadcloth.
C. C. L. ttb r j. K-q., the new collect r ut New
Orleans. ai.j. .iiU'd hv the President and eoidirm-
! ei hy the Senatt, Was twenty years a recident of
! that city, hut for eix years iact has lived in
t Philadelphia. He knows the tieople of the Cres- !
I cent Citv well, has lieen their Ket rect-ntative in I
I the IVgiclature, and has curtained a high s-cial
! and huiiiej4 jH-iti ni. His ta-k is an arduous
: one, hut he has the nkill and ability t diacliare
'orge li. Kin Tson. LL.lJ., of II cton, l as
l-. n n uiinated hy tle Corpratioii for the olSi-e
of Pr-cid-nt i f Harvard Coib-g. Mr. Kmerson
is Hon of the late I)r. Samuel K:nercon, a resj-tc-tahl-
phy.-iciau of K- iinehunk. Main-, in which
town he wus horn on the 12th of S- ptcmritr,
17'J7. and is therefore cixty-four years of aj:e.
He graduated nt Harvard in 1 57 with distin
guished honors. His father was also u graduate
ut Cambridge in IT--.
The Southern project of punishing the world
by destroying most of their old cotton crop, and
planting the reed of little more at present, is
unotlier evidence of rel-el folly. If they t-end no
cotton to market lor two cucceccive years, time
will le given to rival regions to develop all tin ir
recourc-H, to finish their railroads, and to firmly
establish new plantations. If this is done, the
Southi-rn moriojM.ly will le ended forever. They
ceeui determined to kill the goose that laid the
Since tlie last xjerini.Mit tried in Englard
with the new wrought-iroii smooth-lxre Ann
Ptrong gun, other trials have lieen made with the
fume piece f ordnance to j.rove its power. Dur
ing the coiin of the, it has been tried with a
50 lh. charge of wd-r aain.-'t a target of three
five-inch plates f wrought iron Itolted together
.i nia. of wrought iron, in all, of lo inches
thiek or. as nearly a Mihlt four times the
thiekni-i d the Warrior's plates. Two or three
(hots were tired aaiut thi. and each broke all
three plated, crushing the first, ripping and split
ting tiie second, and ripping the third in such a
way a lo show that even til teen inches of metal
wa an insufficient protection against ordnance of
thii description at close rangef.
Speed of the Tellcraph. It m a matter of
curi why m to how cjuiek ewiiiiuunieatiou may he
made 'y uican.i of the telegraph. KxK-rience
has shown that it it an int intaneus pree.-i3.
A hort time since, an experiment was tried to
ilh-.-trate the iint. It was agreed that a tele
grapher at Mew York city, in communication
with Chicago, Illinois, should wi ite the letter S
which is done by making three dots and that a
Chicago telegrapher t-hould im-tantly, on hearing
the dots, remind by making the same signs. The
plan was carriexl out succes.-lully. and the pacr
of the register at New York showed that the dot
made by both operators stood so nearly together
that it was impossible to write a r-ingle dot 1
tweeii the characters representing the two S. ?.
The resjumst' from Chii-sigo was recorded as quick
ly alter the signal Iroin New York, as it was
osMble for the Chicago telegrapher to make it.
Sold. The recent pale of old duds" hy the
Adams Kxprcss Co. in this city, attracted a crowd
of hidden and bystander. A large old Dutch
trunk, which looked as if it might In lull of
thalers," was the "'special envy of Jacob A
, and was knocked down to him for seven
dollars. A fellow-countryman, Jacob IJ ,
also had an eye to iecuniary advancement, and
o tie red Jacob A " two dollars for his bar
gain." and was decidedly anxious to fork over
nine dollars, and abide the result. Jacob A
couldn't think of it ;" he had sown and he was
going to reap. The mysterious trunk was trans
ferred to the purchaser premises, and surround
ed by a cmwd of the curious. Jarob A
pried oil' the lid, and pulled out a bundle of rags,
the intrinsic value of which is for colored 1
cent per pound, white li do!
Mine (.Jot for tain !' exclaimed the enraged
(jeruian, i.-h der no law that vill hangdem tarn
scoundrels? D express Company lie's one gross
humbug. Vot for you laugh at? (Jet out of
mine store, all of you. Oh ! my monish, mine
And the disappointed speeulator cursed the
crowd ; the Express Company, and swore ven
geance on every liody generally. Atic Haven
Have Just Received
Per British Steamer
flAl.KS PINK AM VKI.LOW
Hales ch'-cWnl irinU,
Ij1-h purple print,
Bales fam-y rints,
Blt s printi il rr.-:ra shirt.
Ba es lnrk'TT -!,irl,
Bal- prmtrtl hiru,
B I-s pink !l!rt,
Bales white o-ttM) hirt",
I'.a!s ili-nim irvk anil past
Bales ahite shirting,
Bal- Mai-k nn I Mu r.rl-an,
Cas- s Vii-tori.i lan.
Cas's white tn"lkin,
Ca s cutton velvet.
Ct CJltfii paut stuff,
Ci tilsck inil white linen O.reaJ,
Flat po:nte.l pik-i,
French t. ails,
T I.1JJ (HA FT AXD GEAR.
I'atetit HI.). k,
Trr-l an-l Mtnil or1as".
llui.t.nc I'- w.lrr. in j an.l I lb. tins.
l.iiiei Oil. in len ij.'hiis.
Forsaieat (ijl-otn) MELCHKKS 4- Co.'s.
I, iRKF. FIRE I'ROOF SAFE.
1. Iii small Fire pnmf afvS
tne Iron Mmiev fh-t.
For sale at (3J!-3iu) MEI.CIIKRS k Co.'s.
TIIISKV. in l unllots Ura.
C4G X AC. in 10 an.l H gallon keps.
JAMAICA lit .M. in 5 anl 10 :.Vlr.n k'g.
IMLK A L.E B.s 4- Co.'s, in qur.s,
J. C. M.irz't-.i Sin's, in quart,
II. I'ettj-n's, in q'larts,
A LCOIIOI.. tfl j er cent , in tKtnij hns.
Fur ale at
l-3ra M KLCIIKIIS COS.
mills Oil. CAN II E ISEIJ FOR AXV KIXD
M. ct Lamps, barns with a
Vhlle- and Ilrillinat Light
nod mails no
In qa.ntititj to suit, tor n'.c at
4 SL'IERIOIt ARTICLE. in qunrl.
For ral.- at
MKI.C1IER9 k Co.'.
ALT WATER SOAP.
MELCHEKS 4 Co .
For sale at
MI E I'XDERSIOXED
WILL PAY FOR
d from this dat-. in cash.
O. I'. Jl ll.
g wl I'a Jdy, 3 cet;' er j-u:
Honolulu, Mar lf. Wi
--..i? iVi'iV i-----.- - ', :.
I CLOTHING EMPORIUM!
If. II Alt T V Co.
E Krl'M TKl Lli. TO l FORM
their fricml .nl tiie iu' l;C. lltti U.vv have tii.i
C'jfuneiicr.l the cl'Chii) lunir-s in ihc tjrt f'rnirrlv K.cuirU
l-y W. iia-tcti. ttitry int-nl ktt paijf ctfioc tt-iortmciu of t(,e
cl' thuirf iinH.rt'-'l tl ncct !r in llur Eat'-rn stitt-s ; j:reat
Ciire will r t ik'-n t j siJil .rthii-rr, ;tuJ !up'.- lo uierit a share
ot th I'Ui'lic ji.i r"ti.ii.''-.
liii'jluia. Jau. 9, IsoJ. JO-Cm
JUST RECEIVED !
X l.TTC AKKIV.il. AI FOR SALE
t at thr Chirup . loihm Luip-Tium, a l"r,;e variety of
Hat, Caps, Buots im l 2htK an.l Cl .thing, lo a great variety.
Kcr !- t'V
II AUT V CO.
Tomato Ketchup Tomato Ketchup.
AI ADK 11 V MRS. MORRIS, OF KALIII1,
For sat l y
From 3I:iv :iii:m Wlicaf
riMIK IMERSIf;XEO WIH I.D II EO TO
I call the Htti-ntion f Families anil Bakers 'o thi: fiilloitig
I rari'lj, of tie Hawaiian Fl. ur:
Nrt. 1 extra suK-rfine flour,
No. i superSne fluur.
.... A L 0 ....
Fresh grunil wheat m--al.
Fr-.nh gr.-u-i'l cum meal,
Craeke l Wheat,
The Flour is w.irr.int-.l f the fin'?t quility, i.a.lng befl
:r'ju:i.l from wheat rannl from the IktSI iiiip'Tt-.l ife.:.
Z2t-lm Aent II n.ilulu S t. am FL.ur Mill Co.
NEW TEAS ! NEW TEAS !
Ju! Received !
l?KOM CI1IXA VERV
8 lh. huxen
Choice Oolong Tea,
SujM-rior Oolong Tea. -
I'll lh. loxe
- 30 44
Catties IireakhVt Congou,
uj-rior Iiaket-T-a, -Very
Choice Japanese Tea
1jood Mediuui Tea,
X B. The attention of Consumers is partieul.irly called to
the iibuve assortment vf Very tine Tea, f.ir sale l.y
tf. 2$ AVI DIE.
3'21-lui Fort Mreet.
Laura tV Louise ! "
AS TO IE. VE II I M IK OX TIIE
15lh il M iv, with a well selected cargo vl Goods adap
ted f ir the lilaii.l 1 ia le.
EXPECTED TO ARRIVE 1ER "COMET,"
Which will be oen fur inicetiuii when received, arid naleS
lua.le to arrive, l-r
3J0;Jm II II ACKFKI.D Co.
Fire Bricks and Cement.
-g d ii4 ET'r.lSII FIRE .V ARCH
AVananled the ijt.fl in the inuilct.
For sale by
II. IIACKFKLD Jk Co.
Oolong Tea !
HUE tXIERSlf.'XKI OEFER FOR SA I.E
to arrive fpun CWXA, via San Francisco, per Hark
Cornrt, J. Smith, Master,
500 boxe Superfine Oolong Tea!
C20-3ra II. I1ACKFKLD & Co.
FOR Til E-
The spletitlul new Dutch Clifipt-r Ship
7 VI ton per ltr:jiter, was to leave
OX A I R 1 1' li'Hli. WITH A COMPLETE
ASMIRTMEXT OF GOODS.
(Inclu.lins new and d ishing styles of i'RtXTS.)
Expressly selected t-r this Market.
Samples .f inv..ic shortly exjwet'd vi the Itbmu rf
I'ariitma. wheu sales will l.e uiit.lc to arrive lv th" un5-rsit-ncd.
aU-3m J ANION. tiKEES & Co
Sugar and Molasses!
From the PUntation -f J. MAKKE,
3AST JVE .XJ X I
CROP OF ISG'J.
Fcr all by (JvT-flm) C. BIll.lVKIt & CO.
iiioiii.v ki powder,
runs iiioiiLV fii.tKi)
Case Indian hifie I'oW'UT,
F-ie jaie by
C. BKF.WER k CO.
I PA IR XO.
U. SCALES, oa t
For sale bv
7 FA I Kit XK'S PLATFORM
herl l.iri:e size latelv rectived.
tol-Sm) C. liKKV. EK CO.
ROX PLOWS, II A V CI TTERS.
Ox Yokes, teed l'Utitr.
UX U.it, Caiie t'utt'-r.
Grain Cradles. Uanln K..ll?rs.
i'lanters llos. eelb'rrowi,
Cultivatur' Teeth, .irin.lhtoties,
Gardeu Rakes. F.TSAl-rbv
SHJm C. BHtEK CO
JUST RECEIVED AXD FOR SALE BY
the un designed
75 Ubls, Hawaiian Beef,
Warranted, faciei and Cured in Turk's Island St.lt
31j-3in CHAS. ItREWf-R. 2d
Suyar and Syrup Kesjs.
AXD S OA L
l3 Ft lie by
O. DKEWKR .t CO.
Old Copper nntl
K'RCIHSRD AT TIIE IlIUHEsT MAR
KET I'KICE. ly .
HAVE ON HAND AND FOR
SALE AT MODERATE RATES,
A LARGE STOCK OF
AMONGST WHICH ARK
Fancv Prints of a great viriety of styles and colors.
Indigo Blue Cottons,
Minute Pattern Turkey red and yellow Prints
White ground Muslins, small ra:terns,
Brilliants small and medium atterns.
Black and White tape check Muslins,
Plain Turkey Red Cloth.
White Cotton Drills,
A great variety of Cotton Trowsering,
Tlaiu IU.uk Silk!
Fancy figured Silks,
Pure Silk HaMkerchle's.
I'.mbruiJered silk figured Alpacas.
Fine black Alpacas,
Llaok and colored figured Lustres,
Plain culured Lustres,
Superfine black and blue Cloth,
Superfine Mack Cassimere,
Plain blue Flannel,
Common black and blue Cloth,
Black and fancy DuesKins and mixed Trowserintfs
White Iilankets, all sizes,
Clue Blankets, all siees,
Scarlet Blankets, all sixes,
Common Blankets, fur horse cloth,
Brussels and velvet Carpeting,
liuckaiiack Towels and Toweling,
Plain white and fancy Linen Drills,
Clothing, Shirts, Shoes, Xc.
Bluck Cloth Piints, best Pilot Jackets, common do..
Blue serpe Shirts .f all qualities,
Woollen L'ti-lershirts, worsfe.l Stockings ,
White Shirts, assorted; Ilegatta Shirts.
Assorted qualities of Felt Hats,
Ladies Riding Hats. Oxford tie Shoes.
Children's Boots and Shoes, Crimean Boots,
Sup. cotton half hose, cmhr. cotton Overshirts.
Brown Soap, Pickles. Tie Fruits, Sauces, Mustard, Salad Oil,
Scotch Oatmeal, fancy Biscuits, Olives, Capers, Jams,
Caudiee, candied Peel, Bloater Paste, table Salt, Carrie Powder.
btjAC is: tea. :
Curr.ints, Blue, Starch, Marking Ink Seidlitr Powder.
Best Knglish Saddles, common do., Pellon Rugs,
Roiled Linseed Oil. cotton I'mbrt-llas, Silk I'mhrellaa,
Hughes &. Jones' Perfumery,
Musk Essence of Sandal WochI, Windsor S'.ap,
Sarsapariila, nests Tubs, Fencing Wire, Hoop Irm
Anchors and Chains,
Bar Iron, assorted; lioiler Plate, Iron Safes, Crow nam,
Tin Plate, IC and IX, bright Iron Wire, Shett L.d
Sets Sugar Pans,
NoMes Hoare's assorted Varnishrs,
R0?KtLL'S WATCH KS, (told and silver.
Bottled Ale and Porter, various brand,
Draught Ale in hbds.,
Martell's brandy, in qr. casks,
llennessy's Brandy, in qr. cask,
Otard's Brandy, in qr. casks.
Common Brandy, in qr. ca.-ks.
Cases Ginger Brandy, j
Cases Scotch Whisk j, i
Cs Royal Highland Whisky," 1
Cases Old Tom Gin,
Cases Glenlivet Whisky,
The celebrated PALE ORANGE BITTERS,
Cases Duff Gordon Sherry,
Cases Super. Pale Sherry,
Cases Sandeman's Port,
Cases Champagne, Fores tier Fils,
Cases Claret, Chateaux Margnux,
Cases Claret, St. Julien,
White Granite Dinner sot;.
White Granite Tea sets,
Dishes, Plates, Jugs Mugs,
Metal covered Jugs,
Breakfast Cur9 and Sam-crs,
Ewers and Basins, Cover Dishes.
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.
Honolulu April i, 161 319-3m
FIELD & RICE,
j COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
i So. Gl I K A II It STltKKT,
BARXf.M W. FIELD. WILLIAM B. KICK.
STEAMERS FOR SALE!
-THE V l K K i I f i X K l II S
J " several XKW and SECoM-ll A.l) IKON
I f' W.MIM'AlUiUanasCKtW STEAM-
-Z" KKS tX SALK.
Price of New S'.eaciert, iull-powtred an 1 claed A I at
Lloyd's, til 10s. Sterlinif er ton register, and Complete lor sra.
Orders lur stores promptly shipped.
R. SORTOX PARRY,
21 Camomile Street, London, Kokand.
E XGEAV E Tt ,
ilTEDIUXfi. VISITIXi; AM BI SIXESS
T Cards, Seals and other engraving cut to order.
XT Agent in Honolulu. Ir. SMITH, Dentist, where prices and
Specimen Cards may be seen. 310-ly
A Fl'L.1, ASSOUTMKXT OF TIIK .(HOVE
goo-ls constantly in Store and for sale at loir est market rates.
Xcw Haven Cloclc Cos;.
Manufacture, (formerly the JKROMK Co.,) for which we are
Sole Agents for California.
A complete assortment always on hand.
IIAYXKS Ac LAWTO.V,
31G Sauiomr M. rariirr of Mi-rcliniit, olO
WHEELER & WILSON'S
I IMIIIP IR, O V IE ID
FA 31 1 L 1 SEVIIO MAtIII.E!
ALL FORMER OBJECTIONS OVERCOME.
XO IAD USED
NEW STYtE MACHINES !
THE NEW STYLE HEMMER !
TIMXSPARENT CLOTH PUCSER
ARE ATTACHED TO TIIE
PRICES GREATLY REDUCED.
SEND 10R A CIRCULAR.
A. C. IIAYDEX, Agent,
.Corner Sacramento and Montgomery Sts.,
A. F. BROWN,
iUJ I UJIiL
" Wostenholm's " Pocket Cutlery,
irsiivrs' beads :
GUNS, RIFLES, PISTOLS,
AXD A G EX ERAL ASSORT)! EXT.
Constantly on hand and in receip t l.y every Tack't.
30S II ATT ER V STREET. San Frnucl-ro.
FUFT RTF 11 TTFTM
liillJ 1 11JIJIJ Willi
S. CEU tlTTS 40RGjlr.
C. M. HltHlKll.
M()IJ(MN, sto.m: k CO.,
Commission an.l Forwar.lmir Mereliants, San Kranciico, Cut.
T. S. Hathaway Y.
M..T. T. . A. ii. Nt,
" (.irinnell Mniiuri. " Co......
John M. iiTlt i I !1 ,
Messrs. I'erkiii A: Mmth
Ianiel C. Uaiennan Ks. (.....
. .New York,
. . New trillion,
. . Il.-llillllu.
CHAS. WOLCOTI BHOOKS, W. I KlMi HIT, kt4HP F. HAtL, SA.
CII1S. Y. BROOKS k 10..
133 Sit ii some Street, San Franc im-o, C'al.
I)ARTI( I'LAK A TT KXTIO X (2 I VEX TO
the I'uTliase. Shipment an.l Sale of Merchiuuline ; to i'lt.
w anting anl Transhipment of (JimmI ; the Chtirtrrinw an.l t-i
of Vessnfls ; the Supplying of Whaleships ; and the Negotiating
Exchange on Honolulu in tiunis to suit.
ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
B. F. Ssow, E"q , Honolulu
C. IlKtWtK Co., "
J S. WllltR, "
II. KKKLI & CO., '
Jas. HrsNtwn l, Ilonton.
IlKXHT A. I'KIKCK,
('Hi. IlHK HH,
1'HATt.R, ItKlollAM k FlF r.
IJKNJ. I'lTMAN, Ililo.
SfTTOs & Co . New York.
Swift & At.LK, New IteJford.
D. C. M'RI EII. J. C. MKRKttl
iiei:i i:it .v .ii 1:1:1:11,1,.
AGKNTS OK TIIK
Regular Dispatch Line of Honolulu Paclttt.
XT All freight arriving in transitu for the Sandwich Ulamlii,
will he received and forwar.led by the ' Uegular. Uisjiateli I jut"
FRKK OF COMMISSION.
Tartieular attention paid to f..rw;irdin and transhipment ol
tnerchandiMe. sale of whaleuieii lulls, and other exclmi.ee, in
arance of merchandise and 8ecie under open policies, up)v
Dg whaleships. i-harteriii ships, etc
117 and 1H Culifortii:! street,
KKFtH TO :
Captain B F. Ssow,
Messri. C lintw tK if Co., iTonnlnlu.
CoiclsiLo lacr ory !
CO R I A a E OF E V E R V SI Z E M A X I K A
TL'KKD to order. Coiistimtlv on hand, a larte a-.rt-inent
..f MAXII.A AXV HEM I' HOPE, (all ,) Hale
Hop-, Tow Line, Oakum, ic, for Hale l.y
Tl'lH'.S 4- Co.,
314-ly - 139 Front Street, Sail Franri4 o.
J. J. SOM IIATi; A o.
Importers &, Coiumission Merchants.
BRICK FIREPROOF WAREHOUSE,
UNION WHARF, VICTORIA, V. I.,
REFKR BY fKRMISSIOS. TO
Mksshs B. Pavipsos Jk Co., Hankers, San Francisco,
' I'iMU iJibb A: Co, J
' C. A. Low A; Co., San Francisco.
" Cross ir Co.,
" E. HoKFSCHI.AtGKR k StAPK.NHOKST, II ll.olulll.
SINGER & CO.'S
WE II tiVE JI'ST RECEIVER. DIRECT
from New York, and will continue to receive hy try
t'-amer, a uuuilr of our
irTTrn M a
L L 1 1 Li 11 XX. 1!
Silk, Needles, Cotton, etc.
The great demand for these Marhines has left us without
them for a Klmrt time hark, aod we wih now to inform our cus
tomers and th'.!e whom we have In en unaMe to upply wild
them thai we have made such arrangements as a ill d 're er pre
clude the possiliility of our being lett without if ilk, Net.Ueis, or
From the preat numlier .f t'. ese Machines sold, and tli uni
versal .i.ititai t ion (riven hy tln ni wherever Used, we Ju Uut lie
itale to pronounce theui superior in
and :toi fxfcittion of all
kinds of work
TO ANY MACHINE NOW UEFOUE THE PUBLIC
, We especially recommend them o Ranches and iiutini re
mote from town, as they give uo trouble or aiinojance ty geU.t'J
out of order.
Our Manufacturing Machines
Always on hand. Machines for
(WAITER A XI MATTRESS HIX'tHN.
HARNESS AXD I.E TIIER WOKht
CARRI AGE TRIM MIX;,
And all hranches of m.inuf vi turin where Sewinjt Marjunfl
-. e invite Dress, Cloak, and Shirt Makers to
D. V. IIIlODEItlCK, Agent,
139 Montgomery Street,
a0V6m SAX FRANCISCO.
C O I I CHC I A r A I ) V K 1 1 T I S K R .
Is lublihtl Every Thurmlnj Moriinl-
Citt ivD Island Scbscriptions, $6.00 a Yka".
The suhscrinion price for all paper forwarded toforripnfon
trie, it J7 50 perannuni, . hicli includes the American f"
Hawaiian p-tasr.-s. All pajierit for American r Kuropeau port'i
will hav.- I'rited State post.(.-e stamps on them.
Sl-SCKIPTIS3 I'ATABLB ALWAYS IS ADVANTK.
XT CommiiTiications from all p;irt of the I'acific will ai!'
he very acceptable.
COMMERCIAL PRINTING OFFICE.
PLAIN AM) FANCY"
ROOK AND JOK PRINTING
BOOK?. BILL? OV EXCHANGE,
CATALOOfF.3. BILLS OF I.APINO.
BILL H K Ml?, CONSCLAK BLANKS,
CIKCrHR?. BLANK PEKPf.
ATCTKIN BILL?. II ANI HILI?
PAMMILKTS, SHOP BILLS
XT VISITING. RfPINESS AND A T BR EPS CARPS pn"1'
on a " Y'ankee Card Press," in the hiphest style of the art.
rr All ndrrrtUrmrnU pnynblr In itArnncr.1
Tn Linvi. . . .. .
Fifteen I.ins. . .
Twenty I i . .
Ships dvts..(not exceeding 101inessp.ice,)flrt insertion.!
Each subsequent insertion
QCARTERLT A rvERTtSFRS will he charred at the foilowini?
payable at the end of each quarter .
For one square, (or the space of 20 lines.) per quarter.
For one-f urh of a column, per quarter
F .r one-half of a column, per quarter 30 CO
for a whole column, per quarter
lirl. 3 ir. 1 mo. 3 mn. mm.
'.f .2 7 $1 .VI f-2 SO
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. 1 5 1 50 2 25 4 O0 00
1 50 2 00 2 50 5 00 "
"00 2 50 3 00 50 10 00
Z 50 iooo is on
1 h O0 20 00 SO P0
20.00 GO 60 60 00