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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, NOVEMBER 13. 1SG2.
SIX OOI.LAKS PER AXXI'M.
VOUVII. W HOLE 33S
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(From the Francisco Ktfening Bulletin. )
War Chronology of September.
(C.cii frnm f irrfit.)
oepterorer . Mooter, Dink ami rumner pursue
tae retreating army on the Boonewrxiro road.
Porter anl Keno pursue theta on the Sharps burg
ro-vl. Franklin anJ Couch- go to the relief of
Harper's Ferry, but arrive 3 hours too late.
Harpers) rerry JK-gracefujIy surrendered after
24 days fighting, at 'J A. M., to the enemy, thoueh
ijen. Mile? hj G.O :W to infihtrj, and 1.G00
cavalry, ine latter he allocs to go. They cut
their way out arnJ arrive at Grcencastlc. Pa..
hiving taken LO wugons anl! 75 prisoners on the
The rebel have left MaysvHle anJ frone to Paris,
Ky. The enemy before Cincinnati, 15,000 strong
has fallen back on Florence, 15 miles south. Bus
iness is resume! at Cincinnati, but all stores close
at 4 P. M , for JrilL j
GoM at New York at 17 ter cent, premium.
8.000 rebels attempt to destroy the Green river
briig on the Louisville anl Nashville railroad
an 1 are repulse I. The fight? lasts from 3 A. M..
to 1 1 P. M. i
en. uuucin nib .uutj Teoeis attacks our
2,5 JO f.rcvs at .M'inifirdsvillei and were repulsed
with a loss of 4C0 killed and SOO wounded and
taldxin. Union I-.as, 8 killed and 27 wounded.
Drag is at Totupkinsville, jDackncr at Sparta,
Sept. 16. Ilin Jman is gathering the rebels in North-
. a '
western Arsansas. 1
Mumfurdsville surrendered to the rebels, who
take 4,0, priaoncrs and 10 pieces of artillery.
Our killed and wounded The Federals de
fended the place until their ammunition gave out.
Sept. 17. Wednesday The great; battle of Antietam,
near Sbarp?burg, M l., beginning at 5 A. M., and
ending at i P. M. Lee is reinforced by Jackson
with 4').000. Our forces are reinforced by SU.000.
Hooker and Porter flank and badly punieh the
enemy late In the day. Hooker woundel in the
ankle. Union loss 2.C10 ki!i-l, 9.41C wounded.
1,001 misaing. Meagher, Ilodman. HartsufT, Dur
jee, Richardaon and Dana, we're Wounded. Rebel
loss, l'J,000 killed anl wounded, and 1,0 JO taken
prisoners. Among their killed is Gen. D. II Hill,
Gen. Clark and Gen. Garland. We took 20.WO
etand of small arms. '
I'urnaide has retaken Harper's Ferry.
The rebel have evacuated Leesl urg, Va, and
are gathering into the Shenandoah Valley.
Kirby Smith retires from before Cincinnati and
is joining Rragg. j
Sept. 18. Gen. Morgan evacuated Cumberland Gap,
saving his stores and making (he Gap impassable
before leaving it. Marching an Richmond, Ky.,
ho retook that place, captured 6C0 prisoners and a
large amount of stores. !
Gold at New York at 17 to 17J premium.
Sept. 19. The enemy abandoned bis position
dariog the past night, leaving his dead and
woumied cu the fieM of Antietam. No rebel is
left in Maryland. Our forces occupy Maryland
Gen. Eiroes (Union) crosses the Potomac to
Virginia, and coming npon the enemy, retires.
Rebel loss heavy. Our loss, 150 killed, wounded
and missing. '.
Sept. 20. The battle cf Iuka, Mississippi. General
Rosekrans take 9 batteries of artillery and LOO
prisoners from the rebels who,! 15,000 strong are
commanded by Price. Union loss 500 killed and
wounded, rebel loss greater still. Ex-Governor
Little rebel) killed- Gen. ; Whitfield (rebel)
Wounded and taken prisoner.
Stuart's (rebel) cavalry make a raid into Mary
land but re-cross to Virginia the same night.
General Mitchell arrives at Ililum Ilea 1.
Sept. 21. Heavy firing along the Potomac. Our
torces have reached th river, and a portion have
crossed and are fighting on the Virginia side.
3 Ic Cook's cavalry drove 8,000 rebel cavalry oat
of Muni lords ville, Ky., without loss to our side.
Svpf. 2-. PresiJent Lincoln proclaims that on the
1st of January, 1363. all slaves in States or parts
of States then in rebellion, shall be freed forever.
S-pt. 23. The Post OHice Department orders the
resumption of the PaclSc mail carriage Overland.
Gold in New York at lJ per cent, pretniur.i.
Col. Sibley attacks S") Sioux in Minnesota. A
two hours battle follows, 30 Indians killed, many
Wounded. I whites killed and CO or 10 wounded.
Sept. 21. Fourteen Governors of loyal States, and
thrte more by proxy, meet in conference at AI-
Sept. 2V Iiocll arrives at Louisville, Ky., to the
great j y of the people.
President Lincoln proclaims ; the suspension of
the hatie-it erpm after military arrests.
Sept. 2t. Goi I at New York at 30J to 20J per cent.
Sept. 27. The rebels in Virginia who are nearest
to Washington are at Warrenton and there but
in small force.
Sept. 23 Sunday Jeff. Davis Fast Diy.
Sept. 29. Br?. Gen. JetT. C. Davis (Union) shot
M j -Gen. Nelson dead, in Louisville, Ky. The
generals quarreled; Dv:s aked of Nelson an
apology and Nelson slapped Davis in the face.
Then Davis borrowed a pistol and shot his brother
c filer r.
Gold at New York at 2CJ per cent, preraiuic
Sept. Zi. Sime)n Draper is appointed Provost
Marshall General of the War Department a new
Eli Thayer is reported as appointed Military
Governor of Florid 1. with a view of colonizing the
State with white men from the North.
Our army should number to-day 1,200,000 men,
or 950,0)O more than ou the 1st fcf July.
It may be generally stated that McClellan occu
pies the north bank of the Potomac, while the
enemy is niacd in t'ue Shenandoah Valley.' on the
south bar k, but no deSoite news as to the exact
disposition of our troops reaches us.
!njflltnas nr Hcalictstatf.
TWO COMMOniOrS Ctlnsr with
yw'notn nl waier prvnr;c, 1a i"am iiuuii on
.w-. ALkkc t!rt. fui table lor a f mail family, at a ry
rr)Mjl.l rrnt. App'y lo II. JJCKftLD it CO.
Honolulu, iK-t- 4, 333-2m
For Sale or Lease !
THE I I ROE AM) COMMOniOCS,-,
Iiwrtlinir House U-t, ittwt.il rj lrrtania trwt,KV
a'tjoiriiiie the premiM twlonsinir to Mr.
e-.rtir f I'uneh lwl strrvC, having a from of l:w ft., I-ipth
&17 fi.; urn whirh there H a iaMtantial i.1 hi- l.uil lin?, one
anl a half story Li?h, with veranlah ail rUn.t. 30 ft. by IS ft-;
on snvtll l'n tiiMinp, cook hna-'e, BOrv room. Ac.
Th situation ao. i rcioon of the the. Lot make it a desir
'Mc rrai.tn.- f..r a family of chiMrrn. Af.ly t'
I' A Hit'. r.iri-nt-r, rxar the Qaee's lltri1'- r to
W ILLIAM Il.lCLK, Kaoalania ; Sai-iin
BOOT & SHOE MAKER,
VuuauM Si. ibtr R.. I.mre' Senu Bakery.
l fr. IL KA W.'tV.aiu warrant.).!.
r.r ri-tf,jlly n.,i,rit.-. an-1 3t-t-ntl.i
M with .1 .(.nt.-h. ,
II. W. SEVERANCE,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Wiil continue budincs.t at the olil sUin.l on Queen street.
J. II. COLE,
(SCCCU.40B TO A. P. VtBkTT.)
At his late rooms, Quern Street. 315-Ijr
CT. II It EWER 2d,
General Merchant an.J Agent for the sale of the products of the
lirewcr I'laotatioo. SH-lf
C. II. I EWERS,
Lumber ami buiMinfr materi I,Fort St. Honolulu.
II. F. SNOW,
IMI'ORTKR AND I K LKK IX GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
IIot)lHla, Unhu. II. I. 3"u-ly
B. VOS BOLT. TB. C BKCCK-
Von IIOI-T & IIEUCK,
General Coin minion Merchants, Honolulu, Oaliu, 8. I. 320-ly
ALEX. J. CAIITWRICHT,
Commission Merchant aul General Shipping Ageut, Honolulu,
Ual.u, 11. 1. iO-ly
Lumber Merchant YarJ ou Cocbt HotiK Sqcarb, New Es
JAN ION, CREEN & CO.,
Commission Merchants Fiie-Pioof Buildiceg, Queen street.
Honolulu, April 1,1459. 320-ly
A. S. CLECHORN,
Dealer in General Merchandise, fire-proof store corner of Ka-
aliunotnu anj Queen streets, opposite Makee s lllock.
Also, Retail estahiidiiiiieiit on Nuuanu street, above KinjT-
XjT Island Produce bought and sold. Island orders carefully
attended to 3J-ly
MERCHANT TAILOR, on Fort Street. opposite Uurgess Saloon,
between Kinjt and .Merchant fctreeU.
Cloths, Ca.-simerea and Vestinps always on hand, and cloth
ing made up in the- best sty le. 2'J6-ly
J. II. WOOD,
Mannfartarer, ImjrU-r anl Dealer in Boots and Shoes of every
description, thoe tindmrs, rump Njle, Riginfr, Harness,
arvl Patent Leathers. Calf, Goat, Hog, and lluck Skins,
Trunks, Valises, SparrinK Gloves, FoiU, and Masks, ltbtck
ingr. Brushes, Hosiery, &c. &c. ISrick Shoe store, corner of
fort and Merchant lis-. Honolulu, H. I. 320-Iy
UTAI & A II EE,
Agents for the Suar I'lantations of Aiko, at Papakoa, and I wo,
at Pulo, IIilo ; Importers and holesale and Retail Deal
ers in China Good: ; have on band, for fate, at their estab
ments on Kins; street, Honolulu, and at Lahaina, Aaul,
Suifar, Molasses, Syrup, Tea, Coffee, and a large and
varied assortment of ireiieral merchandise.
Honolulu. Autrust 7, 1457. 324-ly
E. O. HALL,
Importer and Dealer in Hardware, Dry Good, Paints, Oils, a n
general Merchandise, corner of tort and King streets o-O-iy
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher, Hotel Street, opposite to
Government House. 3 A-ly
. A. ALDRICB, J. S. WALKER,
8. C. ALLKS.
ALDRICH, WALKER & CO.,
Imjiorters and Commission Merchants Dealers In Oeneral
Ier:)lan.li.-, an l Agents for the Sale of Island produce.
Agents fur the Lihu, Mctcalf, and Tririceville Plantations.
GF.ORCE W. IlKOWN,
Office, Court House, up stairs. 329-ly
Oil. J. .MOTT SMITH,
OSiee corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
HACK FEIil) Si C:0.
Oa!iu, & 1.
cbas. a. sisnop.
WM. A ALDK!CH-
II1SIIOI At CO.,
Danker. Office In the east corner of " Makee's Block," on
Kaahumanu street, Honolulu.
Draw Hills of Kxchang on
Messrs. GatsvEi L, IiTfR' Co., New York.
Hiixar A. I'ikrcr, Kg., - Roston.
Messrs. Mobi;as, Sross; x Co.. - San Francisco.
Will receive deposit., discount first-class business paper, and
attend to collecting, etc. 3 JO-ly
Dealer in General Merchandise, IIilo, Hawaii.
with recruits at the shortest notice,
liills of exchange wanted.
I. N. FLITXER,
Continues his old business in the fireproof building, Kaahuma
Chronometers rated by observations of the sun and stars
with a transit instrument accurately adjusted to the
meridian of Honolulu. Particular attention given to fine
watch repairing. Sextant and quadrant glasses silvered
and adjusted Chart and nautical instruments constantly
on hand and for sal-. 320-ly
81 M L. B. CASTLB. ABOS. 8. COOKB.
CASTI.E A- COOKE,
Importer and Thoea!e an 1 R-tail dealers in General Mer
chandise, in the Fireproof Su,re in King street, opposite the
Dr. Jaynes Med Urines,
Wheeler V Wils.m's Sewing Machines.
The New England Mutual Life I nurance Company, cash
aeu f i350,000.
HaynoI U. Devoe & Pratt Imrirters and Manu'acturers of
Paint. Oil and Varni.h. and Crystal Coal oil,
C. Van Home it Co.'s Carriages and Carriage Materials.
I C. WATERMAN Jt CO.,
Clctal attention paid to the int-rts of the Whaling Fleet, by
the furnishing of funds, pnrvhas an.l sale of Exchange. Oil,
Itone, General Merchamlise, and the procuring of Freight
Messrs. Tac Howlaxi, Ja., Jc Co.. New Bedford
W. G. E. Purr. Esm., do.
Mors, Ptosb t Co., San Francisco.
McRi kr & Merrill, do 320-1y
i r rv
ALU and PORTER,
m v m w .
is i: it it i ii is
J. MJ iJ Mj J.M BJ BSv Mm. '-'
Will conUn je the General Merchandise and Shipping busines
at the alove K)rt, where they are prepared to furnish the
justly celebrated Kawaihae 'Potatoes, and such other re
emits as are rjuired by what' ships at the .hortet notice,
and on the invt reasonable term. 3'2o-ly
E. HOFFMANN, 31. I).,
Physician and Surgeon, Makee's Block, corner Queen and Kaa
huinanu streets. 320-ly
II. STANfi ENWALI), M.D.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Late New York City Disjiensary Physician, member of the
Medico Uururgical College and of the Pathological Society
or sc iTk.
Office at Dr. Judd's Drug Store, on Fort Street. Residence In
Nuuanu Vwlley, oposite that of K. O. Hall, Eaq. 330-ly
J. W. AUSTIN,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office in Honolulu House, over the Post Office. 320-ly
B. F. EHLERS,
TtMtlor In Dry lt9 HIIItK, V;t.
30S-ly Fort Street, Honolulu, Oahu, II. I.
BOOT and SHOEMAKER, Hotel street, between Nuuanu
ana 3launakea streets. 320-ly
WHOLESALE A.VD RETAIL MERCHAXT,
Importer of China and other goods, denier in sugars, molasses,
coflVe, rice, fungus, kc, on King street, next door to Munsrs.
Castle ft Cooke. 306-ly
JOHN II. PATV,
Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Islands.
A. S. CRINBAUM & CO.,
Imorters and Wholesale Dealers in Fashionable Cl thine,
Hals, Caps, Hoots ami Shoes, and every variety of Gentle
men's Suerior Furnishing Goods. Store, formerly occu-
Street. Honolulu, Oahu.
W. N. IjADI),
Importer and Dealer in Hardware, Cctlrrt, Mecdasics'
Tools and Agkiciltcral Implemksts, Fort street, Hono
HONOLULU STEAM FLOUIt MILL Co.
Proprietors. 0. P. JUDD, S. SAVIDQE, and C. II. LEW ERS
fl. P. Jcdd, Purchasing Agent.
S. Savid;k, Selling Agent.
C. II. LtwiiKS, Treasurer.
R. a. P. CARTER,
CBAS. B. LCST,
C. BREWER & CO.,
Commission & Shipping Merchants,
Honolulu, Ouliu, II.. I.
Jons. M. Hood, Ki., New York.
ClIAHLKS I'.HKWKK, Ksi., . .
II. A. Pkircb, Esi.,
Mkssrs. McRckr At Mrrru.l,
Chas. Wolcott Brooks, Esq., I '
Mkssr3. Wm. I'cstac & Co., Hongkong.
M K.stiRS. Pkrlb, Hibbkll & Co Manila.
MELCHERS & CO.,
liiiporters mad "oiuiiiision
AGENTS FOR TUB
nABBrRCII-TiKKMKM FlRB I.NSIRA.NXB CoMfANV,
Kaiwibi Si-gar Plantation,
Toukt Stuar Plastatiox.
Gcstav C. MtLCUhRd, J. D. Wirre,
F. A. Sen AKr rr,
JOHN THOS. WATERHOUSE,
Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise. Honolulu, II. I.
Ilis Ex. R. C. Wtllie, . . . Honolulu.
It. F. Ssow, Esq., .... "
C. A. Williams Co., . . "
Chas. Rkkwer, Esq., .... "
Wilcox, Kk uakos ti Co
Di.BOXD k Sox,
Tnos. SrBBCKii, Esq.,
Ii. IMCUINHON, KS4., ...
II. PlTMAB, K.-q., . .
McRi'kb i Mkurii.l, . .
C. W. liKix'Ks A: Co
G. T. Lawtob, Esq.,
Tobib, Rhus. A: Co.
Field At Kick, ....
WILCOX, RICHARDS & CO.
Ship Chandlers and Commission Merchants, dealers in General
Merchandise. Kep constantly on hand a full assortment
of merchandise, for the supply cf Whalers and Merchant
Afl E NTS FOR THE
Regular Dispatch Line of Packets,
11 ET WEEN Jtf
HONOLULU & SAN FRANCISCO.
Itnrk "Couirl." Cnpl. Jn. Smith.
i oiintf Ilecior," Cnpl. Join I'nly,
Vsiiikee, Capt. Taylor.
One of the above vessi-ls will be dispatched regularly every
three weeks, or oftener.
Freight and Passengers taken at the lowest rates.
Ail of the alove vessels have superior accommodations for
Tasscngers. for whom every comfort will be afforded.
Through Bills Lading, will be given at Honolulu, for merchan
dise to New York or.llos.too, the freight l-eing reshiped at San
Francisco, on board first class clippers without extra expense
Shippers can also procure at Boton or New York, through
Bills Lading, f jr freight shipped via San Francisco, of Messrs.
Glidden & Williams, Boston and Messrs. W. T. Coleman A: Co.,
New York. Messrs. McRuer if Merrill, Agents for Regular
Dispatch Line, at Saa Francisco. 2'JT-ly
Etiler in General .Merchandise, Island Pro-luce,
SfC, ami Commission .Merchant.
Byron's Bay, Hilo, S. IM
Will keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
description of gil require! by ships and others. The
highest price given for Island Pr"luce.
M'n-y advanced for Bills of Exchange at reasonable rates
11:1 o, February 3. 161 2i9-ly
.1. I. IHJOIIES, ,
I .M FO RT E a Si MA NU FA C- .
TL'RKK of all kind of Saddlery, Car- C-'"?J'
riaire Trimming. Mattress making 'iZ.
ami repairing done with neatness and dispatch.
T T All .rd-rs promptly attendeI to.
C.rner of Fort and Hotel street, Honolulu. 32ft-ly
Sewing Iff aclii lies
rilll ARRIVE I'KH KADrCA" A FEW
M. more of those favorites, inexpensive, relia'-le and indispen
Sible, .noble threa.1 "SEWING MACHIN1"
For sale by (:M 3uiJ '. HKKWF.R 4 Ci
FLO II ENS STAPENIIORST,
Agent for the Bremen and Dresden Board of Underwriters. AH
sverape claims agiiinst the said Underwriters, occurring in
r a'Hjut this Kingdom, will have to be certified before him.
Mutual Marine Insurance Company,
niHE UNDERSIGNED HAVING BEEN
JL appointed Agents for the above company, beg leave to
iuforu the the public, that they are now prepared to issue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES
on Csrgo, Freight and Treasure.
II. HACKFELD & CO.
Honolulu, March, 1SG2. 302-ly
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY.
mUE UNDERSIGNED, Agents of the above Com-
M pany, are prepared to insure risks against lire in and
For particulars apply at the office.
MELCHERS & CO.
llono.ulu Oct. 11,1857. 320-ly
OFFICE : Southwest corner of Washing
ton and Itttttery streets.
riMIE UM)EISH;XEI) are prepared
M. to issue 44 Marine Insurance policies," each Iteing respon
sible for the sum written on the Policies against his own name
only, and for himself and not for others or any of them.
Jons Parrott, '.Tamks Donahcb,
Geohgk C. Johnson
William K. Bakkon,
JABKS B. HACiGI.V,
J. Mora Moss.
ALDRICH, WALKER & CO. Agents.
Honolulu. II. I.
S. Iff. IOWSJETT,
TS NOW PREPARE!) TO FURNISH BUILD-
M. lug Material of every description at the lowest Market
Orders from the country, anil other islands solicited.
Lumler Yard on corner of Uuecu and Fort Streets. 323-6m
S. H. DOWSETT,
OFFER FOR SALE AT THE LUMBER
YARD, corner of
Xovt fc Ciieon Sti'eets,
The following assortment of Lumber, at the
LOWEST MARKET RATES.
10-2,142 feet 1 inch Boards,
10,109 " Bnttens,
1S.41S " 2.ich Planks,
42.SSS " TonfTtied and Grooved,
20.0GO 1 inch White Pine,
6,017 " 1 "
6,027 " Ii "
5,014 2" "
5.212 " 3 "
14.1S5 " 2 by 2 Joists,
12,977 " 2 by 4 "
2.,040 " 3 by 4 "
10,042 " 4 by 6
6,090 " 6 by 12 "
The attention of country dealers is respectfully solicited to
this fine assortment. 333-3ra
DOORS, WINDOW SASH, UMNDS !
460 Doors, all sizes and kinds.
200 Window Sash, all kinds,
loo pair Blinds, all sizes,
l'i Glass Doors and Blinds, etc., complete.
For sale at the lowest market prices, by
3C3-3m C. II. LEWERS.
C. H. LEWERS
IAS CONSTANTLY ON IIANI, AT HIS
11 LUMBER YARD!
Opening on King, Fort & Merchant Si reels.
Oreeon 1 inch Hoards, rough and planed,
- di. Plank, li, 1, 2 and 3 inch,
di. Scantling of all sizes,
do. Torgued and Grooved Boards, 1 and li inch.
RKl'WOOb I inch Boards, rouuh and planed,
do. Plank, 11, It and ' inch,
do. Toiigued and Grooved Boards, 1 inch.
OREGON SOFT TINE 1 inch Boards.
do. do. do. 11, 1 i, 2 and 3 inch Plank.
K ASTERN PINE 1 inch Clear Boards,
do. do. inch Tongued and Grooved Boards,
do. do. Plank, (expected ir RADUGA and
ERIE. 11, li, 2 and 3 inch,
do. do. 4, 6 and 12 foet Clapboards.
L S O
SHINGLES Redwood and Oregon Cedar,
A Fine assortment of Wall Paper.
C.lass, Whitewash and Faiut II rushes.
And a full assortment of
m ii,ii:ks hardware,
Which he offers for sale at LOWEST MARKET TRICES.
C7 Having Steam Machinery on his
premises Jie is prepared to execute orders
for Sawing and Planing.
33'Vr.m C. H. LEWERS.
THOMAS C. THRUM,
STENCIL CUTTER, COPYIST,
Ornamental Foil Letterer,
Fori Street, opposite I he Odd Fellow.' Hull
PAINTER, PAFEK-IIANCER, &c,
Opposite Lewis & Norton's Cooperage, King St. 334-ly
Kin Street, near the Bethel.
CALIFORNIA AND HAWAIIAN LIME,
CEMENT and BRICKS, for sale. Fire-works of every
description attended to. Roofs covered with Composition or
elates, ana warranted.
Ij" Orders from the other Islands thankfully received and
attended to at the lowest prices. 334-3m
JBoot and Shoe maker, pfti
Nuuanu St., west side, above Hotel St. VBb
All Orders entrusted to us will le attended to with neatness
and dispatch. 2S6-ly
Cabinet Maker, Undertaker, and
GOLD &, KOA MOULDINGS,
Suitable for picture and other frames.
Carpenter, Builder, Undertaker and
IDLER I SECOHM
Call and Examine my Stock, before
At my aliop, opposite Carlvrriglita Feed Store,
Fort Street. 312-6in
JAMES A. BURDICR
IN REMOVING HIS BUSINESS
to his new COOPERAGE on the Esplanade,
ort street, takes this opportunity of retprn
iug his sincere thanks to his friends and the
oublic in ireneritl. for the Kuttnort nml natron-
m av'e which thev have Insen uleased to erant
mm lor me past ten years, and hopes that by attention to busi
ness and promptness in the execution of all orders intrusted to
him, he will merit a continuance of their favors.
He has on hand for sale uuwardsof lOOO bbl. of Cnlis
of all sorts and sizes. 334-ly
F. IF. & SEOEfciKEIV,
Nuuanu Street, Honolulu,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS
In Tin. Sheet Iron. Conner and Zinc Ware.
LEAD PIPES LAID AND REPAIRED,
EsSf" Ship Work promptly executed. 3
.JAMES .J. O'DOXIVEIal,
Practical House and Ship Plumber.
fl III DRAULIC RAMS, LIFTING Force
Pumps, Bath Tubs, Wash f t in ds. Water Closets, etc.,
'S5 fitted uo in the best manner. All work done at the
very lowest rates and perfect satisfaction warranted.
Workshop cn King Mreet, in same ouiiiiing wun ueo.
BEG TO INFORM THE I'UlitlJ THAI
he has airain commenced business iu the above line, and
hones, bv strict attention, to merit a share of the public patron
age which was formerly bestowed on him, not forgetting to re
turn thanks for past favors.
The undersigned has re-opened the shop formerly occupied by
Mr. Robert Brown, near the Custom House, mi the Esplanade,
where he is nreuared to execute all kinds of work in the Black
smiths' line in a workmanlike manner ana witn aispatcn.
331-3m WM. CROCKETT.
C. E. WILLIAMS
Cabinet Maker and Turner.
Till E OLD STAND, HOTEL S I KEKT, iNJSAK
the corner of Fort.
furniture of all kinds made and repaired.
On haud and for sale, READY MADE FURNITURE, Koa
Boards, Joist an.l Plank; Cedar, Black walnut and Cherry
Boar Is; Rosewood and Mahogany entering.
A laree assortment of Gilt Moulding, and larire sir-ed Glass.
A variety of Rockinc, Dining, Office and Children's Chairs.
Polish pa Collins on hand and mai to order. 320-ly
fllllE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
i furnish IRON and BRASS CASTINGS, and all kinds of
Machinery and Smith's Work at the Shortest Notice and
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS
MADE TO ORDER
XT CONSTANTLY ON HAND A supply of Anvils,
Boxes, Forge Backs, Chain Stoppers, Sash Weights, Stove 1'
and Linings, Dam" Bens, sc., c, kc.
Honolulu Soap Works!
w. j. rawlins.
riMIE PROPRIETOR HAVING MADE
Js. considerable improvements in the above Establishment,
bejrs leave to announce to his Customers tnd the Public in
general, that he is prepared to supply them with genuine
YELLOW SOAP I
equal, if not superior to the lest imported.
N. II. SOAP GREASE WANTED.
HAWAIIAN SOAP FACTORY !
WM. H. HUDDY!
HAVING RECEIVED A LARGE AND FULL
stock of material, is prepared to supply his customers
and the public, with the lxc V el low, Drown and
White SOAP. ALSO
l-iOPT VTVI OIL -80Ar,
In large or small quantities to suit.
P. S. soap ?reae always wante-t. J.J j-iy
MELCHERS & GO
OFFER FOR SALE
JUST ARRIVED !
S53TKWT(E0 PS ESI Tr 7J
OF THE OLDENBURG BARK,
Fancy prints, shirting prints,
Victoria lawns, white moleskin,
Blue denims, blue cottons,
Brown cottous, bed tickings.
White shirting, blue flannel.
Cotton velvet blue and black.
Plain Orleans blue and black,
Figured Orleans blue black and preen, .
Linen sheeting 106 inches wide,
Superior woolen table covers.
White and colored blankets,
Cotton sewing thread,
Linen sewing thread,
Felt saddle cloths,
Bielefeld linen handkerchiefs.
Sillts, Ilsits, Ribbons,' &c.
Black plain eilk.
Black silk umbrellas.
Black an J colored silk ribbons.
Black silk handkerchiefs,
Gent's felt hats.
Hosiery, Shirts, Arc.
Men's brown, white and mixed socks.
Ladies1 white stockings,
Heavy woolen stockings,
French elastic suspenders,
Printed regatta shirts,
Hickory shirts, white cotton shirts,
Red, white and striped undershirt.
Denim frocks and trowsers.
Blue pilot reefing Jackets,
Black alpaca coats and sacks,
Black cloth pantaloons.
Assorted woolen pantaloons,
Assorted cotton pantaloons,
Hardware & Crockery
Table-knives and forks, Fish-hooks,
Needles, table and tea spoons,
Butchr-knives, 6 12 inch.
Saw-files, buckles, scissors, screws,
ninges, brass bolts, Sail nee. lies, iron spikes and nails,
Jewsharps, Drawer looking glasses,
Gilt framed looking glasses,
White and blue figured plates.
White and blue figured bowls.
White and blue figured chambers,
White dishes, tureens, fruitbasketa,
Basins, Nappies, kc.
Crushed and powdered sugar In boxes,
Raisins and currants in jars, sweet oil.
Shelled almonds in demijohns,
Walnuts, Sardines, i tins.
Sausages, Swiss cheese,
Carolina rice in demijohns.
Wine vinegar la glass,
Triple vinegar in demijohns,
Spirits, Wines, &c
Alcohol in demijohns, 95 per cent,
Genuine Holland Gin iu cases.
Cognac In cases,
Sherry, Port and Hock wine,
Superior French wine.
Cherry Cordial, Swiss bitters,
Pale Ale. in cases of 4 do., viz.:
Bass if Co.,
J. C. Marzetti & Sons,
Lu bin's Extracts, genuine,
llousepaper, borders and corners,
English bar iron,
English sheet iron,
English hoop Iron, 1 x 1-18 Inch,
Best charcoal tinplates, 14 x 10, 14 x 20,
Sheet lead, lead pipe, i and one Inch,
White and yellow soap,
Black and green oil paints,
Zinc white, white lead,
Roman and Portland cement.
A nice assortment of tea-trays.
TO ARRIVE !
AN ASSORTMENT OF
HEMP CANVASS :
Twilled Sacking !
Seaming Twine, 2 & 3 Thread.