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There are eaiJ to be 15,000 Tennesseani ia the
There are, according to the cerjm of I860. 723,.
253 more iimles than leinnles iu the United States.
There will be a m ijoritj of ten members in favor
f eramcipation on a joint ballot iu the new legisla
ture of Missouri.
Got. Johnson has issue a proclamation providing
for the election of representatives of the 'Jth and 10th
Congressional districts, Tennessee.
Applet on Oalumith, the slaver convict who broka
in Mamehusetts a short time since, has escaped
and arrived safely at Havana.
A Northern editor nredlets that wns.l ' will u
King, l'rentice wants to know whether he means
wool on the back of a bheep, or cu the beaj of a
A phjrsician at one of the Paris hospitals bag just
cure! a cae of delirium tremens, brought on by tx
ceHive drinking, by the singular remedy of subject
ing the patient to the constant influence of the vapor
The erection of a colncSa triumphal arch in Paris
in honor of the wars in the Crimea and Italy, has
been resolved upon. It is to be as grand as the Arc
de I'Ktoile, and its site will be the Place du Trone.
Letters from Egypt represent the cotton crop in
that country as a complete success. Its value is
estimated at S25.000.000. Turkey will also produce
for the England market GO.00O bales.
The Baltimore American, while regarding the
issuance of the proclamation as extra-constitutional,
replies that proclamation or no proclamation the war
will put an end to slavery in Maryland.
. . t v wm rv III aTJ
Kentuckians who are in Wa-hington say that th
State i9 undergoing a revolution on the emancirati
question, and that before long it will take a position
by the side of Missouri in favor of compensated
Cassius M. Clay said in his speech at Brooklyn
Dot long since, that the Emperor Alexander had
again and again said to him. Be sure that you will
J me true to the United States of America.
Exterprisixo. William Wilcox, Esq., will next
month begin building a medium clipper ship of about
800 tons, on his own account. The models are
already made, and the stock contracted for. She
will be a first rate vessel, mostly of oak. the beams,
knees and ceiling of hackmatack. X. B. Standard.
The Xew Bedford Standard estimates the aj-gregate
loss on the whalers destroyed by the .11 aba ma, at
SI 30.000 exclusive of their cargoes. The iosurance
in New Bedford cilices amounts to 32,000.
The manufacture of paper from the leaves cf
Indian corn is becoming extensive in Austria. The
paper is said to be tougher than aDy ordinary paper
made from rags, while it is almost wholly free from
silica. w!.!ch wakes paper produced from straw so
An Irish lawyer lately addressed the court as
" gentlemen" instead of your honors.' A brother
of the bar reminded him of his error. lie immedi
ately arose to apologise thus : May it please the
court, iu the heat of debate, I called yer honors gentle
men. I made a mistake, yer honors
The Louisville Journal pertinently aks if flour
cannot be had for les-s than $42 per barrel in Georgia,
and S52 in Mississippi, jioir, just after the wheat
harvest, what will be the condition of things in
those States and other Southern States during" the
Dext twelve months, supposing the rebellion to
At the b.iptisrn of the relicl ram at Charleston. Mr.
Ywlon ma.le a two LourB pptech, after which he
fierformeJ the L iptism il ctreujony, ajiiig : With
all solemnity anl reverence and invoking on thte
the blessing of Almighty Cx, noble bonf. Palmetto
State, I bnptize thee in the name of the patriotic
la-lies of S'outh Carolina. Amen."
A smart person name.1 Fitch lately aJrcrtiscJ
very extensively in all the New York paper?, that
any person who woulJ enclose to him a dollar shoul l
receive, in reply, the most positive inforn;tion as to
how he couM avoid the draft, lie received over 600
letters in a week, encl.wiug the doll.ir, and anxious
ly demanding the guaranteed information." To
ail he replied as follows: Knlist without delay in
the nearest Volunteer K.'iruent A. Fitch."
Kxtrict from a private letter from an officer in the
army or the "est : I think from what I have seen
tht more darn age ha. been already done the rebels
by the Proclamation than by all the battles we have
fought. A paroled officer whom I have just heen does
not hesitate ta sty that every negro in the South
knows the very words of the proclamation."
The bereavements of the war so far as the single
city of New Orleans is concerned have an exempli
fication in the appiling fltfl admitted by the Delta,
tht there are no fewer than thirty-four hundred
orphan children iu tin- several asylums of that city.
In Great Britain candidates for diplomatic service
undergo a course of training. In the progress of it
they are subjected to an examination in a variety of
Sta lies, before commissioners appointed for the pur
pose, an J the text-bo-. ks used in two branches of
learning, maritime and international law, are Amer
ican, namely, the work- if Kent and Wheaton.
Cotto Dih-k. At the present price for cotton
duck, a suit of sails for a ship of 1 ,00 tons would
cost not less than $5,i0. not including bolt-rope,
manufacture, ic, reckoning 7,oOO yards for the
iuit at an average price of 75 cents per yard. For a
ship of l.X tons No. 3 duck Li used, which weighs
one pouD I to the yard, a fact that will give some ade
quate idea of the amount of cotton used, as well
9 the weight of a suit of sails.
Albert G. Horn, one of the chief slave-traders of
New York, has beeu convicted for fitting cut the
iteamer City of .Vrfolk; which some time ao
landed a cargo of slaves in Cuba. Horn's nuni-h-
meat will be imprisonment for from three to seven
years, and a fine of from 1.000 to r3,OuO.
There ha been a tremendous ga!e at A.pinwa!l,
hicb lasted .1 days, during which the Uriti h brig
JiUu-ar, and the steamer .Icon, were wrecked. No
Iies were lost. The U. S. brig lltinbridqe wag
abindoned by her officers an 1 crew, after throwing
cvertoard her guns and stores. All communication
between Panama and Aspinwall was interrupted, the
ires broken down, and the railroad under water,
but it was expected to be in running crier by the
-Kth, as the water wad subsiding.
The negroes ia the English West India island of
l,acenf iQ insurrection in the secoa-J week
of October against the white land owners, on the
ground that their wages were to be cut down ; which
SaVl - k .4ll-- There Were n trP" the
LSI An. I Kit ftV-.A v k . .... t t . r
aevenl : ' m alter KUiing
even anl imnri.4onini? a. huri.Iro.l .n.i ci.. . f
tho tl,K-i. ' n-I " "'iy. ijuieiea
mr;rw5 uu r-urnea at; I robbed
a numlicr of houses, maltreated various pern. and
killed oce overseer.
Hxchasqe. A correspondent of the New York
Journal of Commerce says that in looking over an
0U number of the Kdinburg Review he fiods the fol
lowing statement, which ought to stop some of the
prC93 "PiD our national currency :
lhe notes of the Uank of England were in 1812
ia Tsii f,3COUnt Qt "J0 34 i ! I13. of 23, an
of Per cent. It is estimate.K fi...
ruMdnlv8 VkinBPaiiies became wholly batik
mpt during tho years 1315 and J
C II. LEW KKS,
Lumber and buihKngr materials, Fort ft. If onolulu.
II. I'. SN OH',
IMPORTKK AND DEALER IX OEXEKAL M ERCHAXDISE,
Honolulu, Oalni, II. I, SiO-ly
B. VOS U..LT.
TU. C. EKCCK.
Von IIOTr Ar. IIKITCK,
General CominiDsion Merchants, Ilonululu, Ualia, S. I.
ALEX. J. CYUTWniCIIT,
Commiaion Merchant and General Shipping Ageut, Ilonfulu,
Uahu, II. I 320-ly
LuiulM.-r Merchant Yard on Cocrt IIot Sqcarb, Sow Ks-
JA.MOV, ;KEE.V Ar .,
I Cooimifvion Merchants File-Proof Uuildii:is, Q-j.n gtref't.
iionoiuiu. April i, iaj. 32-ly
A. S. CLECHORN,
DealT in General Merchandise, tire-pnx.f store corner of Ka
ahumanu and Queen streets. opjx.-.ite Mak-e'.s I'.lock.
Alio. ReUiI estabhshmeiit on Xuuanu btrtt, alnive Kinir.
Jjr" UUnd fnsluee bought and sold. Inland orders carefully
attendol V. 3Ui-ly
J. II. MOOD,
Manufacturer, Importer and Dealer in li.M.m and Shc-ws ofevery
description. Sh.e r'm. lours, rump Sole, Rifinj.', Hani, sj.,
and I'al.-nt Ieallu r. Calf, Goat, Ilojr, and I'.uck Skins,
Trui.ks, Valis., Sp;irni.' til. ves, F. ils, and .Ma.-kt, Rlack
ii.if, r.rii.-h.s, Hiery, Ac. liriek Shoe store, comer of
Fort and .Merchant sts.. Honolulu, H. I. 320-ly
E. O. HALL,
Importer and Dealer in Hardware. Dry Gcls, Paints, Oil, a n
general Merchandise, corner of Fort and Kinj; streets ajo-ly
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher, Hotel Street, opposite tc
Government House. 320-ly
HO.'iOI.ULIJ STEAM FLOirjC 3111.1, Co.
Proprietors. O. P. JUDD, S. SAVIDGK, and C. II. LEWEKS
Q. P. JrDP, Purch-isins Agent.
S. Saviugk, Sel'inR Apent.
C. II. Ll-wkrs, Treasurer.
w. a. A LP men.
J. 9. WiLKKH,
8. C. ALLKV.
ALDRICH, WALKER fit CO.,
Importers and CotnuiMs:n Mercliants Dealers in Gmt-ral
Merchandise, and A-ut.4 f-.r the Sale of I.-.Und prluce.
Affenu for the Liliue, Mctcalf, aud Princeville Plantations.
W. II II OWN,
3V3" O T -A. IX Y
OiSce, Court Ilou-e, up stairs,
ii. iia:kfi:li a- co.
General Commission Agents. Honolulu.
Oahu, S. I
CHAS. B. BISHOr. M. A ALPIl'CH-
IIlSIItI Ar C(
IUnkeri. Office in the east comer of "Makee's Block," on
KA.'thuirianu street, Hon .lulu.
Irar hills of Exchang-; on
Messrs. KishLL, Minti'ks ft C., Now York.
iUSHr A. PlKUl K, K.-vi , - Kostoll.
Mn. M".i., StoSK ,V- '., - San Francisco.
Will receive deposit. discount trswlasS husiuess paper, and
attend to collect iri.', etc. U."0-ly
Dealer in Cnenl Merchandite. in: . 1 1, stia.a aiM.r.'V.i
with rt fruits a: the sh rt. .
liilis of exchalifTe wulitol.
t Uutice, on reasoiial !'- tiins
I. N. I'I.ITNi:,
Continues his old business in the f.repr .f l ui! dir.?, Kaahuroa
uu 4 in-i.
Chronometer rated hy r.l.ervatior. of the -un nr.l
. . .:. :" . ' . 1 n''1
;"-' ur:i:eiy a.Ija-t-1 t
meridian of Hnnolu.it. Particular attention eiveti to tine
wch repairin,:. Sextant and -juadrant (.-lasses siiv.r.-d
n.i a.ijusieu v nans ami nautical mstruio. iits conttan'dv
cn Land and for sale.
D C. WAT Kit MAX Jt CO..
C O .V M IS S O.Y M EiiCHA .V TS.
K.r-rtal attention paid V fh - int -r- ;s of the Whahnu Fl. 1 1. hy
the furnishiuit of fun It. pun.h i.-e an. I aUr of Ex-rhainre. "oil
Bone, Ueticral .Merchandise, and the ppvuring of FrJuht
M.'n. Iaac lL.wi.AM.. Jr., jc Co., New UedforJ
W. O. K. Poi k, K.,
Morgan, Srosg i c.., Saii Francisco.
MiKt kH &. MkHKiLL, do 320-ly
mmmmm'm iminii n wm iinnaiiiMi jliwii
J 1 0X0 LULU, IIAAVA I L
ToimclcrcMl sit Sen. oil tfnw
J. AV. AUSTIN',
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW.
Office in Honolulu Ilouse. over the Tost Office. 320-ly
John ii. p.vrv,
Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Islands.
A. S. CRINBAUM & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers in Fashionable Clothinp,
Hats, Caps, It.x.ts and ?hoes, an every variety of ;.-iille-inen's
Superior Furnishing U-xhIs. Store, formerly ih-cu-Pied
by V. A. AUlrieh, Es,,., iu Makee's Llock. l-ueen
Street. Honolulu, Oahu. 3.'50-ly
W. IS". I. AIII),
Importer and Dealer in IlAiiDWAKF. Cctlkrv. VFrmviri'
l.s and AcKictLTLRAi. Luet-tMBNTS, Fort street, llono
I' LOU E N S ST A I E N 1 1() KST.
Agent f.r the Hremen and Dresden Hoard d" Underwriters. All
average chums ajruinst the .said Underwriters, K-eurn"n.'"i:i
or ahout this Kin.L'.lom, will have to ho certified t.ef..re hhu.
B. F. EHLERS,
TIor In lry 2IM, f-iilUsi, ctn.
"oS-1y 'ort Street, Honolulu, Oahu, II. I.
HOOT and SHOEMAKER, Hotel street, hetween Xuuanu
and Maunakea streets.
MELCHERS & CO.,
Importer ami Coiiiiaiioii
AG KN"T3 Full THK
IllMBmr.H-IlRFMKS FlKK IXSCKANCK CoMPASV,
Kaiwiki Sf Plantation-,
ToBKV tfUtiAR I'LASTATIOS.
Ur-ITAV C. MKLfUKRJ, J. D. WlCKR,
F. A. P
O II 31 T T M O IV
WIXKS, S Pill ITS,
ALE axd PORTER,
WHOLESALE A.I) RETAIL MERCHA.VT.
iorter of China and other oo.ls, dealer in sugars, niola
c..:r. e.r.ce fun.um, &c.,on King street, next'doorto Me
Cattle & Cooke. ,
JOHN THOS. WATER HO USE,
In.jK.rter and Poult r in General Merchandise. Honolulu. II. I.
Hit Kx. K. C. W tllie.
I!. K. Ss-oar. Kn..
C. A. Williams .t Co.,
CltAS. ItRKWKH. Ktq.,
WlLC X. Ri IIAUBS Jk CO.,
I.M 'Mi A: S.iS,
Tll 'S. PPKXi'KK, Kq ,
II. 1:cki.-on, Ks.p,
P.. Pitmav, Ks.p,
Mi Ktkr .; M HiRILL,
C. V". Huo.'Kt .t Co.,
O. T. I.AWToN. Ktq.,
r. !!!N. I5"...S. .t CO.
FiKi.n A: Kick,
WILCOX, RICHARDS & CO.
M.lp Chai.dVr an. I Commission Merchants, dealers ia f;.-n"n!
M.-rehandif.. K.-p cnstat.tly on hand a full asiortm-nt
n in- rcii.i.i.:;s.-, I ir t.'ie suj.
ly .f Whali-rs and Merchant
t M ' s.
ACKXTS I'OR TIIK
Iii-iilar Dispatch Line of Packcls,
HONOLULU & SAN FRANCISCa
Hurli "Coiurl." Cnpl. .!. Smith.
-- ...u.iit lienor." I npl, .lolin I'
MiiiiI.o." Cant Tnrlor.
On- of the aU.ve vessels will he dispatch-.-! regularly evr
thri - w t. ks. or ofre:.-r. '
Freight and l'jss. np-rs takn at th lowest rates.
All of the aove ves ls have .utf rior ac.v.mmI:iti..n, f ,r
1 a-.-rri.-er. f. .r whom every comfort will u arf .rd.-,!.
Tl.f.-.iirh IliKs Idini:. will t.e riven at H..n..Ju!u. f ,r merrl an
d;se to .New York or l;ost..n. the fr.-iht heo. r..i.: i . 1;...
to sh l.l.ers
..ii o...ir.i L.rst ci.133 Cl pj-rs witliout extra
Shippers can a's.j procure at B -ston or New York, through
Pi'.S Lading. f..r fr-u-ht aitipiv.J ia San Francisco, of M. ri
liliddeti Jk iiliains. Itoston and M. srs. V T ri..n.o .. -...
Messrs. McKuer A- Merril' A?pnt for t.J
li"patcl Line, at ftu Francis.vi.
X ISLANDS, JANUAltY
II. W. SEVEUANCE,
AND COMMISSION MERC H ANT,
I'ire-proof Store. ltiiiiiiKmfu n.,:i.i:..
, ... .-, ,JUilulllfi.
O.UEKN &TREET, HONOLULU.
Will continue business at the new stand.
J. ii. roLi:,
CsCCC.-iOH TO A. P. KVEKKTT.)
At hiB late rooms. Queen Street.
IIt. J. JIOTT S3IIT1I,
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
E. UOFr.lIANN", 3L I).,
Physician and Surgeon, Makee's Ulock, corner Queen and Kaa
0 huiua.'iu streets. :t-0-iy
II. ST.V.VCFIXWALD, 31. I.,
PHYSICIAN AND SURCEON,
i.aie ew i ork t.ity Disjnsary Physician, niemtx-r of the
.... u , uirur-icai college aud of the Pathological Society
OfTie. :lf III .I..,!.! Ti... t, . f
' 3 on rori street. Kcsidence in
- uu.iuu an.-y, o,,;osite that of K. O. Hall, Es.. 3oly
r. rrewei: 2d,
General Merchant and Ageut for the sale or the product of the
I.rewer Plantation. 3J-Hy
A ff, Ii 12 IV fc 15 K R n I Ii Ij ,
Groorge W. SZncy,
K AAV A III A K. HAWAII,
Will conlin ie the General Merehandi.se and Shipping busineg
at the ahove port, wh-re they are prepared to furnish the
justly cetchrated K.iwaih.-ie Potatoes, and mich other re
r j'" ir re.uireJ t.y whale ships at the shortest notice.
and on the most reasonahle terms.
A. P. CARTElt,
CHAS. n. LCST
C. BREWER & CO.,
Commission & Shipping Merchants,
Houolulu. Oahu, II. I.
John-. M. Hood, Vai
J AMES Hl NNEWKLL, Esq.,
JU nsewell, Esq., j
Pkiri k, Ksi., y
-TIKSSKS. .ICKt"KR A: AlKHkil L.
ClIAS. WoI.CTT llKooK-i, E.J., J
Mkssrs. Wh. 11-stac Ji: Co.
MKSSRS. PkkLK, llLBBtl.L Jt Co.,..,
SAM'L. N. CASTLK. J. B. ATHKUTON. 1M(. 8. CuOKK.
f ASTLi: Ar cooki:,
Imprtert arv Whol.-sale and K. tail dealers in General M-r-chan...,
in th- Fireproof Store in Kin-street, opposite the
Ir. Jaynes Medicines.
h--, ,-r Ar Wilson't S-winp Machines,
The New England Mutual Life Insurance Company, cash
is. i: v.,,- ,; Pratt Imp'Ti. rs and Manu'acturer
I'l'ti-s. nil un i Yarvi-li. and Crystal Cal oil.
C. a II i a; Cu.'i Curria-'e and Carna.-e Mati ri.'ilH.
SH!P CHANDLER !
Jjt iUr in (iencral JI- r,:han lie, Island Produce,
V(, and Com mission JWerchaiit.
Byron's Baj Ililo, S. I.,
Consrarttly en hand an extensive a?f-rtmrrit of every
r;ption ..f ir--lt r-ouir-. t.y shits and others. The
IiiJli'-t price irivrli f. r Ilr.d IV.hi
M .ii. y alvinced for Pdls of Exchange at rea.
II. i", F.-hruary 1S01
KRULL'S DAIRY BUTTER!
GH0Elli L KB ST0I1E !
ODD FELLOWS HALL!
fI,,,1K..sr,,KRIOR IU ALITV F TIIIi
IK. 1 I Kit is now ir-nerally acknow.-di.'d in the ootnuia-'";'-
l ' made with the utm.wt care Hlid cieanliness. under
Mr. Ks own sui.. rvisi.,.i, and those who know hiui. know
t..ar he is not williior tn l-t .in inferior article come into this
market. For Sale oidy at
8-"i A. D. CARTWUIOHT'S.
Mutual Marine Insurance Company,
fHlIK UXDERSICXEH HAVING BF.PA'
M. appointed Agents for the above company, leff leave to
miorui the the public, that they are now prepared to issue
MARINE INSURANCE POLICIES
on Cargo, Freight and Treasure.
n. IIACKFELD& CO.
Honolulu, March, 1SC2.
II A M IS U UC; II.lt R E M E IV
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANV.
riviIE CXnKKSlfiXEl), Agents of the alHve Cotn
Ji. I'iiny, are lireoared to insure risk SiL'AltiHt fin in uriil
. ... i i i . c .... .
For particulars apj.ly at the office.
Honolulu vct. 11. 1S57.
OFFICE : Southwest corner of Washing-
ton and Hattery streets.
rVU.r- IM'KRSir.XKU ARE PREPARED
to issue " .Marine Iisuranee iilielee " ,.h hi
sihle for the sum written ou the Policies against his own uauie
only, aud for himself and not for others or anv of them
IOIIV l A KKOTT,
(Ko;k C. JoHSjO.V,
William K. Bahboh,
Jam is It. Hagciw.
J. Mora Moms.
ALDItlCII, WALKER, & CO. A (rent.
Honolulu, II. I.
HALIOA THEHB. ffllSTEE !
What are you doing ? you had
better unload, or you will
break your back !
No, sir, I have been down to
ceo. c. SIDERS'
Stove and Tin Slinn!
r-N, jm, m
lyilERETIfKY SELLTHE BEST AXI
T ch.ap-st f Ks in the city, and I am bound to have
one, t,sides, he keeps everything in the Tinware line,
J-ipannM Cash Boxes, Spice Boxes,
"l,i::"":,'i- Tea Cauniftc-ri,
CoiT-e Cannistcrs, Nurse Lamp,,
Tre-d Miik pans, l'ressed Cs.ke pan
Patty Pans, Press-ed washhr.wls,
Britannia tea and coffee pots. Sheet Zinc,
Sheet Lea I, I-;vl Pipe,
Russia Galvanized, and Knirlish. Sheet Iron,
Children's Bath., Tin Tcys of all kinds.
And all kinds . f g .1s usually kept in his line of business, all of
which he will d K.YTRLM KLY LOW FuR C A.-H or approved
credit. Tin War- of every d-ription made of the best materi
als, and Job Work ex-ut.-d in the mot workmanlike manner.
Particular attention paid to Y7.V J.VJ ZIXC ROOF1VG
Amor.ur the .t.k . fCo.,k Stoves, he w uld call particular at
tention to the CRYSTAL PALACE and DIAMOyn ROCK,
as belnp two of the best stoves now in use, fitted up in a superior
mariner, and warranted to pive satisfaction. For a cheaper
arti. e, hr keeps the OCEA.V PREMIUM STOVE, and he
will a.ld to his stock-, as the trade may require.
All thf.se in want r.f anything in this line would do well r
call and examine LLs gaods f.r themselves, t .'fore purchasing
clsewoere, as he docs not intend to be eieat either jQ pEIC1
S""3uI -GEO.C. SIDERS.
SIX IXIl.UKS I'KIl A NX I'M.
VOL. VII. So. Jl. WIIOI.K o.3tll,
N. II. DOWSKTT,
TS NOW I'KKl'A UKD TO FLKMSI1 BtriLD
m. lug .iairuu oi every description t the Jowrt Markrt
OrJr rs fr.ira the country, au.l othrr inland solicited.
Lumber Yard ou corner of Quern aol "ort treU.
OFFERS FOR SALES
THE ENTIRE CARGO
BARKENTINE " CONSTITUTIOH V
ASSORTED SIZES SCANTLING,
T. & G. BOARDS,
WHITE PINE BOARDS, AND
C. II. LEAVERS
AS CONSTANTLY V IIAM), AT IMS
Opriiiiiif on Kiiitf, Fort & Mrrrhant Slrrrla,
Ore iron 1 Inch Hoards, routh and planed,
do. Plunk, 11,11,2 and 3 inch,
do. Scantling of all Hikes,
do. TmiRucd and ilrooved lloanlH, 1 and U IikIi.
RKDWOOO 1 inch Hoards, roiiKh and planed,
do. Plank, 1J, 1J and 2 melt,
do. ToiiKue.l and Grooved Hoards, 1 Inch.
OltKOON SOFT PINK 1 inch Hoard.
do. do. do. 11, 1J, 2 and a inch Plank.
EASTKKN PINE 1 inch Clear Hoards,
do. do. inch Tonfrued aud Grooved Boar-ls,
do. do. Plank, (erected ier RADUOA and
ERIL:.). U, 11, 2 and 3 Inch,
do. do. 4, 6 and 12 feet Clapboards.
... .A I SO ....
SHINGLES Redwood and Oregon Cedar,
A Fine assortment of Wall Paper.
:ias, lVhileu-at.il and Paint IIruhes.
And a full assortment of
i ii di:ks' iiakdwaue,
Which he offers for Bale at LOW KST MARKET PRICKS.
Having Steam IMacJiinery on his
premises he is prepared to execute orders
for Sawing and I'laninir.
C. n. LEWER3.
- W Till
riMlEEMIERSIKVEn WOULD UFSf
p-ctfully inform his friends and the public ireuerallv that,
he Honolulu Steam Biscuit Bakery beinir now in full operation,
he is 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 rurnishinff their own flour for Bhlp bread, will have it
made up at the lowest possible rates.
SHIP BREAD REBAKED.
Order from the other islands promptly attended to
Xj" Orders in Honolulu for shipping to be left with Mer
Wilcox, Richards t Co. jftueea Street. Z'H-Zm
f; 1:01:01? w. voLni.n,
MAVIXKT.IKE.VTIIESTAXD OV KA
ahuinanu Street, over the (iop firc;er!y occupied by J
Lock wood, opposite Bishop tc Co.'s bank, u now prepared to
execute al orders for binding
n , ... Old Roaks, &xr.
Particular RtN-nticn paid to rebindinir old and choice books.
Mr. . havmt' had many years experience in book-bindinp in
all its branches, hoj-$ to receive a share of the business reouircd
Orders from the other islands, should be accompanied with
particular directions, as to the style, and, if the work is to ui.it-h
volumes previously bound, a sample volume should be wut
with the job.
iliiiim soap FiiiToin
WM. H. HUDDY!
f f AVIXO RECEIVED A LARGE AND FULL
. . t"ck ''' material, is prepare-! to supply his customers
pur.i.c witu tne l-.t 1 fllovr, Itrttw.t UU1
In lare or small quantities to suit.
P. S. Soap grease always? wanted.
Cordno Flier oiy !
fi3."'i-CK OF EVERVSIZEMAXI!Pr.
1LKKU to crder. ConsUntly on hand, a laree assort
ment of MA.MLA .YZ HEMP ROPE, (all sizes,) Bale
Rope, Tow Line, Oakum, &c, for sale by
S14 ,y 139 Front Street, San Francisco.