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1 &zn happy to inform jou that our Ir'onJ
PheWinks" U aain awake, wid: awake. I
requested of him the favor to continue the carra-
tire of hi inter-island voyage and adventures.
Mr. P. raciouljr assented :
I recollect, he eaid, that previously to taj invol-
ntarj rcclino on the boeom of gentle Morpheus,
I gave you an impressive history of my becoming
a passenger de facto on board of the packet. As
I stated to you before, the foreign passengers
consisted of a gentleman very red in the face and
rather weak in his knee joints, and another
rather heavy mustachioed gentleman and his lady
but, my boy, if you wish me to do justice to
this subject allow me to stimulate my powers of
poetical language and mistaken ideas by a gener
ous smile and a toast to tho ladies individually
and generally : May their shadows never be
smaller, their drease never be shorter, and their
nniles (in taking up the square bottle, I, found
it eaipty. With a crest-fallen look and an im
pesive ejaculation of grief, he set it down.)
Never mind my boy, I crumble from necessity
and this Lard blow of disappointment. Be it
affiant for you to know that the lady was tall
in stature, thin, very thin in waist or whatever
you call the place where the heart of lovely wo
man beats, that she wan gifted with an extensive
crinoline, and wore a magnificent dress of muslin
sprinkled all over with flawers called forget me
not," t two dollars a yard. How poetical !
How beautiful ! (I handed Mr. P. a tumbler of
There wert brides those, 13 females, 9 male?,
and 2 infants or pappooees, on board, who were
all descended from the old aboriginal inhabitant,
but were every one willing to renew their oath
of allegiance ia French as soon as called upon.
Besides those, there were nine dogs of all izes,
species and clashes, perambulating between every
body's legs or softly reclining in the arms of some
fair or ancient female, who with loving looks
nursed and fondled the dear creature. How
beautiful to observe this pleasant trait of charac
ter. How sentimental ! What a great proof of
the love divine" fr the dumb brute, of that
high state of civilization at which this people has
arrived since the introduction of letters ! If you
add to this number of passengers eight mariners
with their wives, (anglice irafiines,) who. as a
proof of their deep devotion and conjugal faith,
always insist on sharing with the betrothed of
their hearts the dangers of the sea, poi, raw-Cbh
and death itself, you will readily understand that
che packet was in a rather crowded condition.
It appears to me, my boy, that in regard to i
humanity, free trade and sailors rights, this
world of oars 6tands pre-eminently above all
other countries, llow much more humane, Low
grateful to the feelinss of the tossed mariner
would it!, and especially to those who visit cold I
climated and need warming, if owners and mas
tors of vessels would permit them to take their
wires, their families and that most faithful friend
of the human race, their dogs, with them upon
their tedious Yoyages.
If congress j-ossessses not that sense of com
mon justice to enact laws in behalf of uch
humanity , societies should be formed in every
seaport under the name and title of Sailors
Female Comfort Societies." Proad as I am upon
the many philanthropic suggestions and the im
mense benefits which the world has derived from
them, this idea, my boy, born in this individual
brain of mine, puts the capstone on that proud
column which posterity will erect to the memory
of Pheelinks." Yes, fir, (and Mr. P. struck
his breast bone with doubled fsts. It sounded
hollow.) Yea, sir, I see in imagination already
the long procession of bold mariners arrayed iu
their best trowsers. presenting me me, sir with
a skip-jack on a trencher in token of their grate
ful esteem, and I must confess that 1 cannot
forcibly enough ejpress my admiration for the
good sense that in this country prevails in regard
to the right of the coast-faring mariners, per
mitting them to enjoy the sweetest joys of
humanity, the joys of homo on the briny deep,
to occupy the Ix-st and most eligible places on
board, to bo the dominant party as far as com
fort is concerned, disregarding the absurd pre
tensions and unreasonable claims or convenience
of passengers that have no more claims on the
Tessel or to convenience and comfort than a
paltry sum of money, called passage money.
All hail to those noble-micded and great-souled
shipowners, agents, and masters of the Hawaiian
coat service, who pooscss 6iich generous feelings
for the welfare and comfort of their crews while
tossed upon the billows of the raging canawl,'
as Cooper eings so beautifully.
The passengers, as it happened, met all as jr
fect strangers and self-introductions were of
course entered upon from necessity and in view
of being thrown together for a voyage of more
or less duration upon the " stormy main. The
gentleman of the red face and weak limbs intro
duced himself immediately as Mr. Timothy Snigs,
and in attempting to make a very polite bow, '
and under the influence of a promiscuous motion !
of his legs, he, or rather mjself, had the misfor- 1
tune that one of his feet came down with a heavy
thump upon my corns, while his lighted segar j
came so near the lady's nose, that she suddenly j
drew luck her head and saluted her caro mio j
with a tremendous 44 lifter under the chin, i
As the only standing place on board was near tho j
cabin door, comprising a place of three feet by ;
six, 1 bad every opportunity for close observa- '
tion, and I cannot recollect a single instance of i
mutual introductions under such rather painful I
circumstances and extraordinary expressions, as
far as features may speak. As soon as the pain- :
ful suffering of my lacerated corns permitted me ;
speech I introduced myself. Happy to make
roar acquaintance, Mr. P., Mr. Jones, Mrs.
Mr. P., Mr. Snigs ; Mr. P., Mrs. Jones, ;
Ac. Very affecting scene, to judge j
0-nTiBiylir,no 5 f Je natyvc" passen- '
hour ; the to bows were out ot question
ht! d the ft v PUcairn . , .
. , L!, . ,itcoui.i not .-, we were compelled to bow ,
like a heavy -r tifhe mutual regard for our
reporter near ou.r- . V,nJ process winch in J
brother, "Oh, bat lv133a. to the impressive
Ikecher forgot all thinie iiaie inntH, j
tongue burned with living coLfcr f"' Jouea j
like a prophet's rod. The shams of the especial j
in England their talk of peace whet.'this genial j
i&Terv kind of bloodshed except that wh1. . '.tJ i
jUUUCe " Hie tlspTCfc OI iX iouiu mm m-r,-fn: ny
u dfMjen,' a -t. John saw it their cant n
fuajus volcanoes, to rub thtir Lands on the
stovepipes of the world' " To ictt a lively
lady's smile irhm coming through the rye," as
Hainkt eaja to Ophelia.
I exerted my utmost powers of entertainment, I
told of Mexican bar fights, of lV'e.of sugir-cnoe
crocking in its growiug state like platoon ricg, cf
the timtonlfhlag results of preaching agint the erap
tioD of Manalo. Mr. friigi nodded very frajuentlj,
either from approbation or from weakuesd of the
J muscular arrangement of the neck. Mr. and Mrs.
; Jones opened their mouths simultaneously and fre-
quentlj from admiration, althoughMr. Snigserrone
ous!y tugge-ted the idea that they might feci sleepy.
I am certain that the time passed very interestingly
to me, as I did a!l the ta!kiog, and cf course must
have been very interesting to all patties concerned.
It could not be otherwise. -And while thus pleasant
ly engaged the packet slowly left the shore. Mr.
Snigs pointed with great admiration to Diamond
Head, on the top of which a dirk cload rested.
There ii beautiful scenery for you, Mr. P., Soigs ex-cliin-ed.
How yellow that naked mountain, how
b'ack that cloud, which looks like an immense dish
rag oyer a large pumpkin. I bate read your writ
ings, Mr. P.; I admire your work rn phrenological
bumps and sentimental protuberances; I delight in
your poetical descriptions of scenery, and alwajs
sing that beautiful poem in which you say about the
"A cricket squeak h and a crickt squeaks there,
And the lu crickets they wrre a lovintr wir."
There is so much genuine poetry in these lines, that
i neer near a cricket but I remember you, Mr. P,
j I bowed, of course I bowed my most gracious thanks.
and it space would have permitted, I would have
j bowed cftener and deeper. I smiled mot blandly on
j Mr. Snigs, directing my most benevolent smiles to the
j reddest point of Mr. Snigs' red no.e. Mr. Snigs was
delighted at my condescension and went below. I saw
him deeply engaged taking stereoscopic views through
an instrument in the form of a bottle, and when he
returned cn deck his face was suffused in blissful
Although the wind was very f!nt and scarcely
had strength sufficient to fill the sails, the motion of
the sea and consequent working of the vessel, made
standing on deck, confined to a space of three by six,
rather uncomfortable, and the questions were mutual
ly asked'Areyou sea-sick?" Oh.no. said Mrs. Jones;
never, said Mr. Jones; by no means, siid Mr. P.; not
at all, said Mr. Snigs; sea-sickness is only an idea;
at the same time Mr. Snigs ncse began to assume a
paler hue of rather suspicious indications. Myself,
my boy, felt somewhat qualmish, but not exactly
seasick. I never in all ray travels saw anybody who
was really seasick. There was always some other
extraordinary cause of complaint, very remaikable
ftct that, (very, said I.) Mrs. Jones desired to lie
down, enjoying the fresh air. A mattress was spread
cn the skylight and a pillow provided. W hat a
dreadfully hard pillow, complained Mrs. Jones; there
are actually three lumps in it as hard as rocks. I
very politely explained to her the cause. , Those pil
lows, my dear Madam, said I, are tropical pillows.
You must be aware that pillows are one of the most
distinguishing features not only of nationality but of
climate. In Iceland pillows are stuffed with snow.
in the Hebrides they use down, in Louisiana moss.
n Lnma baskets, in Japan wood. The tropical pil
lows are piepared by putting three cocoanuts into a
bag or pillow case, which is the most effective wv to
Prccure plsnt dreams of the most magnificent
ircpicai sceneries, and they are not only for that es
pcciil purpose furnished to tbe cabin f isseogers by
the ow tiers and masters of our coast ei?, bat thev are
besides very cheap and a most durable article.
ine lady was perfectly satisfied nud waiting for
pleasant dreams. Mr. Snigs LaJ nnaccountablj dis
appeared from deck, perhaps to enjoy stereoscopic
views. Mr. Jones employed himself very assiduously
in shifting tbe cocoanuts, eo es to give to each bump
of amiability or rather amiable burcp of Mrs. Jones
held its tlae share of gentle pressure. Myself felt
rather exhausted after the day's exert ionsaiid excite
ment, and I ceiled myself very snugly down upon a
scft pile of shingles. I soon fell asleep, my dreams
brought me back to many pleasant scenes. I lived
tbem over again. My excellent friend A. D. present
ed me with a splendid Bologna sausage. Something
very gently touched my lips, I opened my mouth
wi le I took a hearty bite of that beautiful saaeage
a most horrible yell awoke me, my heai was thrown
aside with a powerful jtrk. my nose bit against a
sharp shingle the rocoliection makes me feel eick.
(Mr. P. has fainted, you will excuse me. I am off and
running to fetch a vile of Mr. P.'s painkiller, Schie
damus cum Junipero.)
P. S. Twenty five minutes later tbe medie'ee is
effective, Mr. P. is slowly recovering.
P. P. S. 31r. P. in a very feeble voice and broken
sentences gave me the following explanation : "My
boy a dog had had the impudence to intrude his
companionship upon me and had laid himself at
my side, when I dreamed of biting a splendid Bologna
sausage, in fact, my boy, I bit niany dog's
tiil. Ah, me ! I am sinking I will by by and
P. P. P. S. I am very much alarmed at Mr. Ps.
symptoms, and sign myself in utmost haste,
Yocr Own Correspondent.
rHlHE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO
A. take Amtrotyr ani Fhotojrraphs. Also Cartes de
VUite tn a tyle coal to none in Honolulu.
Specimens can be s"rn at tbe Gallery, next door to the Post
Office. oTer the P. C. Advertiser Udice.
3i3ia II. L. CIIASE.
LAHAINA STEAM MILL
lrr, II AVE JUST RECEIVED AND OF-
T EH FOU SALE THE t lRST SUGARS OF THE
IS" e w Crop.
OF a very Superior Quality !
Ed. Hoffschlaeger fc Stapexhorst,
335-6m Jgrnttfor the LJflJiyj SLTGJR C.
East Hani Plantation.
Sugars and Ulolasses
CROP NOW COMING IN, AND Uerrd
for Mte in quantities to suit by
II. HACKFELD & CO.,
2993m A pent.
Sugars and Molasses,
Or Superior Quality.
riROP 1864. NOW COMING IN, AND
offered for te ia quantities to suit ry
II. HACKFELD & CO-
Sugar and Molasses!
From the Plantation cf J. MAKCE,
BAST MAUI 2
CROP OF 1S63.
BaiGUAM Yocng. A correspondent of the N.
Y. Evening Post furnisbw an interesting sketch of
life among tho Mormons. He thus speaks of Brig
ham Young :
I found President Young an agreeable, affable
gentleman, apparently not over furty-five years of
age, although he ia really upwards of sixty. He
was disposed to converse upon any and all subjects
very freely. The treaty with Japan he regarded
at first as a failure, and the character of the em
bassy which visited the United States has served
to confirm that belief. The war, he thinks, will
continue until a great part of the North and
South is used up, or. to speak more plainly, till all
are annihilated, when the Saint ' will be the
people to oceuppv the country in peace. Toe
desolation caused ly the war be regards as the
judgment of the Lord for the persec. tion of the
Saints. Brighara was disposed to give any infor
mation concerning his theatre, temple and taber
nacle, and about his other public buildings. The
ventilating of his private schoolroom, where his
own children, numbering some sixty, are educa
ted, appeared to be a favorite subject of conversa
tion. The ceilings of these rooms are eighteen
feet high, ventilated from the tops of all the win
dows. His own resdences there are several
building3 are large and airy, with double doors.
and ceilings twenty orlhirty feet in height. One
large building is principally occupied by his wives.
Brigham sleeps alone and eats his meals alone.
Whenever he wants one of his wives he sends for
her. It is not uncommon to see three or four of
his wives at church sitting together, and general
ly dressed alike. A dozen or fifteen children are
about his premises at play at all times, apparent
ly happy enough. Brigham Young, junior, a son
about twenty-two years old a pretty fair chip of
the old block nas just returned lrom turope.
whither he was sent on a mission. Whilst there,
he visited most of the countries and places of in
terest, being supplied with as much money as he
wanted to spend.
Brigham's last wife was rather an interesting
young lady, the daughter of Mr. Folsm. It is
asserted by the Mormons that the most perfect
harmony and good feeling prevails among the
wives of the harem," but I have positive infor
mation which shows this to be false.
People visiting Salt Lake are watched in their
movements the same as they would be if they
were known to be murderers or incendiaries ;
strangers never converse except in a low tone, so
that they cannot be heard off the sidewalks. The
spy system here is equal to that in Vienna or
Paris. Men and women are frequently found
curled up under the fence inside the yard to lis
ten to people passing along the streets. Men
have been known to come and listen under the
window of strangers, when lights have been seen
at what they considered unusual hours. To re
port anything to Brigham to attract his attention
would be accounted a good work.
Sugars and Molasses,
i. quantities to suit, by
IN AND FOR SALE IN
MELCUKRS & CO.
CASES SUPERIOR CAL. CHEESE,
E.i.gs California Potatoes, qr anj hir.ics,
uoiuen uaie extra lamny near,
For sate by
01-t BOLL Eg jb CO.
Honolulu Iron Works!
IIAVE COXSTAXTLr ON HAND AXI)
M for eale, a complete ajorxnHrnt of Iron Flat, Kound
end Square, all siz-i: alo Boiler Iron, -J. i, J. and inch,
Giiipin. EUowi and lie Luis, Tees, Cri-, Uuion 'joints,
ic, ic, it!! iz?.
Blacksmith Coal alwajs on band !
Old Iron and Brass &c. purchased.
"JV'EW GOODS TO ARRIVE PER LIy
Kowena." nnd other arrivals, v;a San Francuco, exited
here wit bin 60 days:.
Hickory shirts, M h:t? shirts, all descriptions, P.-patta shirts,
Millinery and haberdashery, Cutlery, Sadlery,
Shoe Grindery, Hosiery, of ail kinds, Victoria lawns,
Prints, new styles, suitable for native trade.
Figured Turkey red. Plain Turkey red, Tai checks,
iladappoUtus, Brilliants, ire, ire., ke.. &c, ic, &c.
O bf rre
Orders rairfullr nt-
YVIIAT A VAST JLMOC.VTOF TROUBLE
T may be mvcU ty tearing an order at
Confectionery Store !
AT ANY TIME BEFORE
4 O'clock, on Saturday P. M.
.... FO R . . . .
WH.ICII WILL BE SERVED
O T !
IN" REGULAR II0.V1E TOTS
From 7 O'clock, nntil 9 O'clock, i
Regularly Every Sunday !
WILCOX, RICHARDS & Co.
Ship Chandlers nod Commission Merchants, dealers in ienerl
Merchandise. Keep constantly oa hand a fall assor.oert
of merchaudise, for tte supply of Whal-rs and .Merchant
E NTS FOR THE
Regular Dipatcli Line of Packets,
HONOLULU & SAN FRANCISCO.
Dark "Cuiet. Cnpl. Jmiu Smith.
" "Vaalife." ( Hpl. John l'alr,
One of the above vessels will be dispatched regnlar'y eTery
three weeks, or cftener.
Freipht and Passengers taken at the lowesi raies.
AH ff the aNre ressels have superior aivoomodatiocs for
Passengers, for whota every comfort will be a.Turied.
Throuch Piis Lai."?. wili he sriven at Hsnoialu. for merchan
dise to New York or Boston, the freight beinir resaipped at Sxn
Francisco, on board Srst class clippers without nm Twnui
Shippers csin also procure at Bcston or Sew TorV. thmnrh
Bill LaJinr. f.r freirlit shinned via San Francisco, of V.r
Glidien & Williams, Itvston and Messrs. W. T. Coleman & Co.,
York. Messrs. McRuer & M.-rrill. Agents for Kmi.r
Pipafch Line. r Vranrrn. 3S?-1t
The Hawaiian schooner
22 tons burthen. Tell adapted fVr the Island trade all ready
for e. lyia at the port cf HAN'ALfcl. KACAI. Will be soid
cheap for caii. Fot terms, ppJr to
. A. WHITE.
flMXS FHCN'CII Preserved Meals. aurlr4a
M. Tins French preserved peas,
44 i4 Truffles,
Glasses French fruits in syrup,
Glasses French prunes,
Tins French prunes,
1 lb Tins Westphalia sausages,
Glass jars raisins.
Glass jars currants,
Bologna su usages,
For Sale at the
Family Grocery & Fred Store, by
NOTICE TO JAX PAYERS !
District of Kona, (Honolulu) Oahu.
npHE UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED II IS
JL oSoe as TAX COLLECTOR for the shore District, in the
buil.linp north corner of Nuuar.u and Queen Streets.
Office open every WedaesJay and Saturday between 9 A. M.,
and 4 P. M.
390m. ABR. FORNANDER, Tax Collector.
To Produce Dealers,
Hides, Goat Skins,
Old Composition. Old topper.
Talloir, Old Iron,
C. B iEWEK tr Co.,
N. B- Consignments from the other islands will hare prompt
FES3CE WIRE !
WXTRA BRIGHT ANNEALED FENCE
M.J IKK. assorted sires, received per bark ELENA.'
For sale, by
C. BREWER & Co.
AT REDUCED PRICES. THOSE EXCEL
lent WILLIAMS & ORV1S" Sewing Machines. For
C. BREWER & Co.
J. m. SMITH CO.'S
FAMILY mUJO STORE I
Just Received ex " Comet."
FOR HORSES Oil of Rlio.Iinru, Oil Cum
min, etc.. etc.. Horse syringes, 24 oz.
T rusk's magnetic ointment,
" Green mountain ointment,
Salts of lemon.
Essence of Spruce,
Balsam of life,
SARSAPARTLLAS Ayers', Townseud's, Sands', Thayer's, and
PILL? Ayers. Lee's. Wright's, and Ilolloway's.
HAIR RESTORERS Mrs. AU-n's. Wood's and Fish's
HYPERION, COCOIXE, and ZYLOBALSAMCM,
Elastic tube do., extra,
Citrate of ma tmesis,
Cuttle fish none,
Opodeldoc, bay rum.
Soothing syrups and liniments, rnnstang fcnd arnica.
A full assortment cf drugs and medicines.
39J-3m J. M. SMITn fc Co.
AND FOR SAXjE BY
T. MOSSJf Ai & SOi !
BOXES OREGON APPLES.
California cream cheese,
.Extra faniilv flour.
llam'iiin & Baker's oysters.
Fresh apples in 2 lit tins,
Fresh Califurria mustard,
Tins water crackers,
Balty's p:e fniits,
Fine Innim syrup.
Field's steamed oysters,
Layer raisins, in and J boxes.
Lei 4- Perrin's Worcestershire sauce.
i BhU. dried apples,
P. M. Yeast powder,
If and crushed sugar,
t Gallon demijohns,
Assortrd spices and herb ia glass,
Superior dinner setts.
-Also on. Hand :
A splendid assortment of
Cntlf-ry. Iry Good.
Groerrif, XfwCal IIop,
m Hawaiian Ricr, Frc.li Butter, Sic.
Per Bark "COMET!"
1"4IAR I ES, of all sizes, styles and finish, varyin In prices
MJ from 75 Ct-. for small plain, to S5.00 for full Turkey
Slorocc, and pit finish. Orders from the ether islands will be
promptly attended to on the receipt of the Diaries. Also re
ceived a few TRACT SOCIETY and oth-r
Almanacs for 364, 1
For a:e by
H. 51. WniTN ET.
H. S. HOWLAND & CO.,
SHIP CHANDLERS AND
OFFER FOR SALE
tc, Ac, &c
Store on Queen Street, opposite Dr
E. O. HALL,
HAS JUST RECEIVED AX ASSORT-
meat of sixes. These are believed to be the best stores
for family use, ever imported here.
MOLOKM BUTTER !
FOR SALE BV
CASTLE & COOKE.
1 HEREBY" FORBID nil Prr.on. Rrital lug
any one on my accoaut without my written order.
Honolulu, Dec. 9th, 1S63. 304 iy
MELCHEESS & So.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
And Iiavc on hand, "
EX LATE ARRIVALS:
White and self moleskins, white shirtings.
Brown drills, white sheetings, 78, 85, 98 inches wide,
Brown cottons, hickory stripes, German checks,
Scotch ginghams, colored cot ten velvets.
Woolen blankets, striped ticks,
Bar muslin, plain Turkey red,
White flannels, Bielefeld linens,
Fancy cassimeres, .
m Black broadcloth.
Ribbons, Ildkfs., &c.
Black and fancy colored feathers.
Black and fancy colored silk ribbons.
Black and fancy col'd silk velvet ribbons,
Black and fancy colored bracelets.
White linen handkerchiefs , Turkey red and yellow hdkfs..
Printed jaconet handkerchiefs.
Black silk cravats, woolen tat le covers, bluesilks, woolen barege
Etc, etc etc. etc
Hosiery, Clothings &c.
Gent's merino shirts and drawers,
Gent's metino socks,
Gent's white, pink and Vandyke shirts,
Gent's mixed and brown cotton socks,
Men's heavy woolen stockings,
Ladies' white cotton stockings,
Girls' white cotton stock ioss.
Men's grey and black felt hats,
Checked sacks, blue pilot jackets,
Denim frocks and trowsers.
Cutlery mid Hardware
Sailors' Pocket Knives,
Superior pen and pecket knives,
Table and Tea-spoons.
Table knives and forks,
Pocket books, porte-monnaies,
Cigar -cage?, fish-hooks,
Ilinges, Screws, Bolts, Padlocks, Horn combs.
Ladies' leather covered arm-chairs.
Mahogany centre, sofa and extension tables.
Mahogany chests of drawers,
dinner service tables,
" sewing tables,
44 small "
Oak polished wardrobes.
Crushed and powdered susrar,
Shelled almonds, capers,
Sweet oil, vinegar,
White sine. Black and green od paints. Lampblack,
Whiting, Manila Rope, Swckholm tar.
French wrought iron nails, American rosin. Deck lights, i
Clay pipes, Grindstones, Hessians, ',
Dundee Hemp Canvas & Sail-twine, j
Beer, Wines & ILiquors. j
And. Muller's lager beer, tn quarts, j
Cherry cordial, and Nordhauser brandy wine, j
Swiss herb bitters. j
Fine old Cognac, in cases,
Finest Jamaica rum, in cases. !
Genuine Holland gin, key brand,
Sherry and port wine, ia quarts and pints.
An Assortment of the Choices
Evct imported here, and express! y selected !
' ' r J ntviti (
C . I ,. ... 4.
for this market, consisting of
18 47 HOC II HE1MER,
Ilridsirck &i Co.. Rheims. in quarts Si. pits!,
Labin's Extract, Drawer and pi't frame looking-glasses,
Jacc. and pilt fram rr.irrors. Ea to -it cas,
Plain and fancy porous water-bottles, woolen girths,
Window glass and crockery, in large assortment.
Foolscap and letter pajT, felt snddie -cloth, playing cards,
Blacked cairskin, Leather shoes, Gilt raouldinp,
German and IWpan r!u?. Birch brooms, Fire bricks,
Sheet lead. Sheet iron. Hocp iron, Tir.pa;es,
Sheet sine, Lead pi;. Fencing Wire,
. Bur Iron. Banall's Bet,
In completely assorted sizes.
OF THE SOCTHERN STATES. COLOR,
ed. can Ije had at the Bookstore of the undersifmed.
W OO. The war news cannot be perused inteUifi
iy without a pood Map at band to rf?r to. and this Is on
the most correct. Tor ssl ty
n a. wHrrjKY.
N. L. INGOLS 5t J. F. CURLE,
Accountants and Mining Secretaries
No. IO GOVERNMENT HOUSE, '
Corner mf Ww.hingtoss a ad Snnssme St ret.
N. B. Messrs. I C, will pay particular attention toThl
adjustment of complicated accounts of every U cacti ptioo.
BOSQUI & CO.
517 Clay Streets San Francisco,
BOOK-BINDERS, PAPER RULERS
Account Book Mannfactnrers,
Blanks oi nit bistd. Printed nnd Rnled lomn
desired Pattern. '
FIELD & RICE,
31 and 33 BROADWAY, 1
BARXTM W. FIELD. WILLIAM B. SICE.
GKirriTTd MOBCAK. C. 8. BATHAWAT. . T. STdTS
MORGAN, STOXi: & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants, fan Frandsco Cii,
T. S. IlaUiaway Esq.
Messrs. T. A: A. R. Nye,... .,
Swift & Perry,
u Griunell .Mint urn & Co., ,
John M. Forbes Fq., .........
Messrs. Perkins & Smith,
Ianiel C. Waterman Esq
...... ...New London,
Victoria, Vancouver Island
Thu tics. HrD90S'3 Bat Co Victoria, V.I.
Messrs Daxl. Uibb & Co... San Francisco.
Messrs. Alpkich, Walkcr & Cu.............IIonola!a.
Mr. Jaxbs I. Duwdrrr do.
JANION, OBEEN & EHODES,
Victoria, Vanconrer Island.
N. B. Particular attention paid to consignments of Sand wick
Victoria, V. I., January 1.1863. 3M-ly
O. C. JtUCKS. J. O. MESSILI.
.Ilcltrilt Si .lIEKItllL..
201 una SOO Oallt'ornliv Ntroet,
ALSO, AGENTS OF TIIE
San Franeisco & Honolulu Packets.
Particular attention given to the sale and purchase of mer (
chandise, ships' bttsiness, supi ltiog whsvleships, negoUatinr '
XT All freight arrivinsr at Saa Francisco, by or to the Ho
nolulu Line of Packets, will be forwarJed skbb or comvissios.
37 Exchange on Honolulu bought and soli. X
Messrs. Wilcox. Ricrabds k. Co...... ........... ..Donolala.
II. HACKFELD & CO.,
" C Bbswks V Co. "
" Bishop Co.
Dr. R. W. Wood
lion. K. 21. Alls v.. "
D C. Wat can as, Esq.,
S34-ly . - .
CHA3. WOLCOTT BBOOK3, W. FSASK LADD, IDW11 t. BALL, 3
CIIAS. W. BROOKS & CO.,
123 Sansome Street, San Francisco, Cal.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION CIVEX TO
the Purchase. Shipment and Sale of Merchandise ; to For.
warding and Transhipment of Goods ; the Chartering and Si l
of Vessels ; the Supplying of VfhaJeships ; and the N egotist ioa
Exchange on Ilooolala in sums to suit.
ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
B. F. Ssow, Esq., Honolulu
Jas. BnrxrwELL, Boston.
Hesbt A. Peikce, "
Trater, Bbiobam it FlfL.
C. EiKWKK & Co., "
J S. Waleer,
H. Hacefeld A: Co.,
Besj. Pitmax, Hilo.
strros i co-
Swirr & Allrjt New Bedford.
J. R. Richards.
Richards & McCracken,
HAV1.VG BEEN ENGAGED IN OUR PRE
sent business for upwards of seven years, and being
located in a fire iTof.f brick building, we are prepared to receivs
and dispose of Island staples, such as Suirar, Rioe, Syrups, Pula,
Coffee, &c. to advanue. Consignment especially elicited
for the Oregon market, to which personal attention will be paid,
and upon which caj-h advances will be made when it-quired.
SAX FRjyciSCO REFER Eye ES :
Chas. W. Brooks & Co., IUdper & Llndrnl-urs,
McRuer k Merrill, Jas. Patrick A: Co.
Fred. I ken, v. F. Coleman if Co.
Stevens, Daker it Co.
PORTLAXD REFERENCES :
Allen & Lewis. Ladd & FUton, Leonard k Green.
CARTES DE VISITE AND ALBUMS
For sale at the
PAIA T JJOXES !
NHILDRENS' PAINT BOXES OF rarlesia
uses and prices, for sale by
u. m. wiiitskv.
Every Thursday rorning.
ClTT AND ISLASD SrBSCEIPTIOJTS, $iJ.CO A YeaB.
The suVscn'pi ion pricefor pa;ers forwarded to any rt cf Ame
rica is $3 OOperannum, hich incluors the Amer;cfa and H-
ajiaD Pf- Aii.-apersfor European poris.w.u b
the p istajfe demanded at the iost -office, whicn Taries from to
8 cents on each single paer.
XT Scbscriptioxs Fatablb Alwats is Advasc.
Commanicatious from all parts of the Pacific will always
be very acceptable.
(Commercial printing Office-
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BOOK AND JOB PRINTING.
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CATALOGUES. BILLS OF LADING.
BILLHEADS. CONSULAR BLANKS,
CIRCULARS. BLANK DEEPS.
AUCTION BILLS, HAND BILLS.
' PAJIPHLETS, SHOP BILLS
' XT VISITING, BUSINESS AND ADDRESS CARDS printed
i oa M Yankee Card Press.' in the highest style of the art.
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