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HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, JUNE IS. 1SG4.
SIX DOLLAKS PER ANM M.
1 VOL. Vlll.No. ol. WHOLE No. 421.
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We were forel with a reading, anl have leave
to puMIsh some extracts from letter home of one of
cor II iwaii boys. whose initials will le recognized
j mtnj frien ls. It is interesting, not only s coin
in? from one cf oar own, bat as revealing theexltel
feelirg with which many a man and many an officer
.is inspired in this war for right and freedom.
TsriT Simp "Usitd Ptatp?," t
Cnt-tArcAKK Bat, March 4, 1564. $
Most pnnjrly and enzitj am I ensconced in an arm
chair in the U lies saloon, on thi new and elesant
Steamer of 12)3 tons. We have on bord 1800 col
ored MMicn, lounl f r Hilton Read. S. C. The eve
13 lovely as lovely can be, but rather chilly. So after
goinjr all over the hip anJ win that the men are
as comfortable as can l. and drinking in delight for
a while, as I vit-wed from the top of the bulwark",
th pky, the stars, the gorgeous ?anet cToad, and
the g ssy tea. I have taken my portfolio from my
valine, and in this quiet pUce. turned my thoughts
homewards. At my feet lies our noble St. Bernard
and Newfoundland dojr, .Charlie, the noblest brute I
ever eaw. At my elbow sits our chaplain, Iliscins,
a younz, noble hearted, pure minded aspirant after
the beautiful and the good, a worshipper of nature,
a whole souled apostle of African freedom and a cap
ital fellow, sings a sweet tenor, and is my constant
companion, (with Charlie.) Every one is gay to
night. This is, so far. a pleasure sail some are
singing, some are reading, all are merry.
But who will come back, of all these whose hearts
bow thnb with life, whose eyes are lit with the hope
withiti them ! Never mind, our time may indeed be
a little shorter for this war, but at the longest, how
brief it is ! and eo I don't bother myself much about
possibilities, but etrive rather to obey the calls of the
present, and trust in God. If I fall, be assured that
I never was better prepared than now for the worst.
Since entering this branch of the service, 1 have felt
the high duty and sacredness of my position. It is
no pacriSce for me to I here, it is rather a glorious
opportunity, and I should Le nowhere else than here,
if I could, with these colored troops. This constant,
this almodt sopre i e satisfaction, has shed a rich
glow upon my life. I feel that I am among the apos
tles of human liberty, striking the deadliest possible
blow at oppression, and what doty more glorious than
that? What nobler work has been given to man
since the Reformation ? I feel more than ever in
ljmpb itb me gooa, tin but;, tbe Just su'l tlie
xtus. and the . blessedness of religion has descended
upon me. in a sweetness, a beauty, a richness, a
power that it never had before.
Siarch 8th. Well. I have said our voyage was
pleasant altogether, and off the dreaded Cape Hatte
ras. there was no storm, and after a three days
voyage South Carolina hove in sight, and soon we
were at anchor in the magnificent harbor at Hilton
Ilead. We have had, unfortunately, no music books
on board, and our only resource was a small tattered
school bjmn book, around which, from six to twelve
of us would gather and eing Aruby's Daughter,"
"Duke Street, ic. We have some good singers among
the cf5cer aud our auited voices often rise and
swell on the eveniug air. and our thoughts steal
homewards as we sins "Sweet Home." tinging is
a great comfort to as.
Thirteen hundred men, a large amount of provi
sions, hospital stores, &c, were all on shore in a few
soars. I was the last to leave the ship, and spent
the night in the village on a pine floor. This morn
came out to camp. We lie just outside the fortress,
anl overlook the scene of confusion which al
ways occurs in establishing camp. I set to work
heartily, and am now in a mcst comfortable, nicely
fi:ted up tent. It is lare at night, and I am cloing
my arduous day's duties, by making this note of
them. I will tell you more of my tent. Within are
the usual few but abundant means of comfort. The
chap'ain U wiili uc, and at ei;Ler end of the tent are
palmetto leaves arranged in clusters. In the front of
the tent is a large rrht.r. doubling really the wize of
the tent, covrcd overhead with the fly" of the tfnt.
n.l richljr -ruttrrtctl t the nide wilh the boughs of the b.i,
wl'ica is atu:'.tai litre, Ic i the fragrant, the classic bay,
w.th cil Lut Jari. pr-n K-.ives. th:.l prows In .rfusion and
j.T-rt.-ct the ho'T from th sand, which U alnwt constant
ly Cyit;? here ; and th-re are ..at a'l around the bower wh-re
we Mi;ill father and talk and ainff. The tet:t iw.ics are rei'tooned
with the 'ar shajtd a!inetu teat", tiiat contracts well with the
bay , t!,u nmliini; ur tent with these simple means beautiful
and luxuriant, and Ihe don.inie and I are in gd fpirita, both
wri:in.M our inothrri lo-tihrht. A strangely ideasant sound
reaches my ear f..r the first time in three yeais. It is the I.mjr
treasured moan of the sad sea. that seems to be eternally rejKMt
int it mysterious hout that has a voice for the human soul
which fascinates white we cannot understand it, yet leads us to
thit.k of the suMime eternity before us, and euiAbles all who
wil! listen to it In the spirit of a disciple.
I cannot tell you hw it effects me, how welcome it is. how it
binds me again to home, rerivinff tacred recollections of home,
and brings to n:y memory tliose long evenings of unerthly
sweetness, which we used to end in the front verandah, listen
ing to the very sound I now hear after so long a time.
S. C. A.
Mrs. Partington has arrived, and is now in San
Francisco. On reaching the residence of her late
husbind's brother's cousin, the brst thing she did
was to ask "Whit is the news?" On being told
that Congress proposed to tax the gross proceeds of
the mines. sbe exclaimed Deur me! What will
they do next? Just as if tne mines were half so
gross as their own proceedings !"
Fashios at 1aris. A recent Paris letter says :
Can it bf possible that a lady dressed for a ball
roust now wear a dress coat ever her robe? I have
before me a picture of the Queen of Fashion for the
current month, who is so attired, the coat being a
long tailed article reaching to the heels and resem
bling the garments worn by the Artful Dodger or the
Yankee in a pantomime.'
As Impohtcsate Woman Answebed. The other
day a lady burst in upon Abraham Lincoln. just as
a cabinet council was about to eit. Mr. President,"
fche exclaimed, "you must hear tne. You mast give me
a colonel's commission for my son. Sir, I demand it,
not as a favor, but as a right. Sir. my grandfather
fought at Lexington. Sir, my uncle was the only
man who didn't run away at BlaJensburg. Sir, my
father fought at New Orleans, and my husband was
killed at Monterey."
" 1 gues, madam," Mr. Lincoln is reported to
have replied to this impassioned appeal, your
family has done enough for the country; and I'd
rather not have any more of 'em." G. A. Sola.
II. W. SEVERANCE,
AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Fire-proof Store, Itobinon's Ruilding
QUEKX STKKET, HONOLULU.
Will continue business at the new stand. C71ly
J. II. COL.E,
(.rccFssoa to a. p. kvbrrtt.)
At his late room. Queen Street.
E. O. HALL,
Importer and Dealer in Hardware, Dry Gls, Paints, Oils, ard
yeneral Merchandise, corner of Fort and King street IJTiJ-ly
B. vo.v HOLT.
th. c. HKICK
Von JIOIT.V IIEUCK.
General Cornruissioa Merchants. Honolulu. Oah't, S. I.
II. HACKrilT.D V 0.
General Commission Agents, Honolulu,
Oahn, J. I. S7 S-ly
J ANION. CI UK EN Ac CO.,
Commission Merchants Fiie-Ii oof Buildings, Queen strp-t.
Honolulu, Aj.nl 1, l-39. 373-ly
CEORCE C LARK,
BOOT and SHOEMAK ER, Hotel street, between Nuuanu
and Maunake.i streets. 373-ly
C. H. LEWERS. J. G. VICK60S.
LE1VERS Ac DICKSON,
Dealers in Lumber and Building Materials, Fojt St. Honolulu.
Dealer in Genera lMerehandise, Hilo, Hawaii. Ships supplied
with recruits at the shortest notice, on reasonable terms.
Bills of exchange wanted. 373-ly
IIONOIjUIjU STEA.1I FLOUR 31 1 LI Co.
Proprietor. j. SAVIDOE.
Agent for the Bremen and Dresden Board of Underwriters. All
averape claims against tlie said Underwriters, occurring in
or alxmt tl is Kingilom, ill have to be certified before him
YOCSG fHEONU j
CHUNG NOON & CO.,
Commission Merchants and peneral agents Agents for the
Paukaa and Arnauulu Sugar Plantations Importers of teas
and other Chinese and foreign goods and wholesale dealers
in Hawaiian produce at the new Stone Store, Nuuanu Street,
below King. 412-ly
A. S. CLECHORN,
Dealer in General Merchandise, fire-proof store corner of Ka
ahumanu and Queen streets, opposite Makee'a Block.
Also. Retail establishment ou Nuuanu street, above King.
Xj" Island Produce bought and sold. Island orders carefully
attended to 338-ly
E. P. ADAMS.
cnio rmvnirp tn npiirp iv rpvrrni Aipprntnicp !
Iciah and Sweet Potatoes, with other iwmitg. ennatantty on
hand aud for sale at low rales. 4ll-6oi
JO IT T It I T JS IV ,
ALE Asr PORTER,
O. N. FLIT.VER,
Continues his old business in the fireproof building Kaahuma
u u street.
Chronometers rated by observations of the tun and starB
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 Charts and nautical instruments constantly
on hand and for sale. 373-ly
CHA3. R. BISHOP. WM. A ALDRICH
IIISHOP & CO.,
Bankers. Office in the east corner of " Makee's Block," on
Kaahumanu street, Honolulu.
Draw Bills of Kxchangt on
Messrs. Orixsell. Mistcrs & Co., New York.
Henry A. Pierce, Esq., - Boston.
Messrs. Moroas-, Stone & Co., - San Francisco.
Will receive dtpos.ts. discount first-class business paper, and
attend to collect inir, etc. 373-ly
MELCHERS & CO.,
Importer and CoiiiBiiission
AGENTS FOR THE
IlAMBrROH-BjtEMKX FtRE INSURANCE COMPAST,
KAIWIEI SfOAR I'LASTATIOX,
TOBEV fc'CGAB PLANTATMS.
OrSTAT C. MrXCHKRS,
J. D. Wicke,
A. S. CRINBAUM & CO.,
Imjorters ami Wholeiale Dealers in Fashionable Clothing,
H!s. Caps, Boots and Shoes and every variety of Gentle
men's Sii-rior Fnrnishinff Uxls. Store, formerly oecu
pi hy ". A. AMrich, Em., in Makee's Block. Queen
Stret. Honolulu. Oahu. 34-1 y
IS XtV Pilia'AHED TO Fl'KNISH BtlLD
iiij? Material of every description at the lowest Market
Orders from the country, ami other islands solicited.
Lumber Yard on corner of Queen and Fort Streets. 4C3-6m
JOHN THOS. WATER HO USE,
Importer and Dealer in General Merchandise. Honolulu, II. I.
His Ex. R. C. Wyll:e,..Hoti. I B. F. Snow, Esq Honolulu
Diniomd is Son, " - Thos. Spencer, Ksn Hdo
H. Dickinson. Ksq...Lah'iica ! McKuer- Merrill. San trancisco
C W. Brooks Co.. .San r . j 1. Lawton. r.sq.,
Tobin, Bros. A Co.. Field A: Rice
Wilcox, Richards A: Co., Honolulu.
Will conlin ae
thi General Merchandise and Shipping businrse
ore port, where they are prepared to furnish th
,.u:..hr.t.l Ksraihae Potaus. and such other re"
crui'-s as tre required by " hale ships at the shortest notice,
and on the most reasonable terms. 3.3-ly
FIRE WOOD ON HAND.
BOLL S & CO.,
Ship Chandlers and Commission
Particular attention paid to the purchase and sale of Hawaiian
i efcrs by permission to
B. F. Snow Messrs. A Id rich. Walker & Co.,
M-rs C. A. Williams A: Co Messrs C. Brewer & Co.,
M -s-r. Cas-le A: Cooke Messrs. H. HickMd A: Co..
Messrs. D. C. Waterman Messrs. Wilcox, Richards At Co.
W. A. At-PRICH,
J. S. WALKER,
S. C. ALLEN.
ALDRICH. WALKER & CO.,
Importer and Commission Merchants Dealers in General
Merchandise, and Agents for the Sale of Island produce.
A (rents for the Lihue. Metcalf. and Princeville Plantations.
I C. WATERMAN' &. CO.,
Especial attention paid to the interests of the Whahnir Fleet, by
the furnishing of funds, purchase ami sale of Exchange, Oil,
Bone, General Merchandise, ami the procuring of Freight
Messrs. Isaac Ho wi.and, Jr., A: Co., New Bedford
W. G. E. Pofe, Esq., do.
SIorgan, Stoxe & Co. San Francisco.
MrBrrst Mwani.. do 37S-!y
IK. J. JIOTT S.MITII,
Oaice corner of Fort and Hotel Streets.
E. HOFFMANN, M. I).,
Physician and Sureeon, Makee'a. Block, corner Queen and Kaa
humanu streets. 373-ly
II. STANCENM'ALI), 31. I
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Late New York City Hi-ensary Physician, member of the
Medico-cl.irurjrical College, and of the Pathological Society
of Xisr York.
Omc- at the comer of Frt and Merchant Streets. Residence in
Nuuanu Valley, opwaite that of K. O. Hall, I'.si. 3S3-ly
Of the Middle Temple, London,
i-S i" r i s t o r x t TT -yr ,
Having taken out an Hawaiian License, and been duly admitted
to practise, will transact Lva Business in th-Courts of
this Kintrdom r Office ovkk tub " Polynesian."
Honolulu. April 23, l6t. 4n-3m
V. N. LADD,
Importer and Dealer in Hardware, Citlprv, Mf.chanics
Tools and Aohiccltckal Implemknts, For titreet. Ilouo-
AI.EX. J. CAKTWRIfiHT,
Commission Merchant and Oeueral Shippinj; AtreLt, Honolulu
Oahu, II. I 373-ly
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
Honolulu. Oaltu. II. I. 373-ly
H. Y. LUDINCTON
(St I CKSSOIt TO F. S. PKATT CO.)
Importer anl Wholesale Dealer in Wines and Spirits, and
Malt Liquors, Charlton Wharf, Honolulu. H. I. 417-ly
B. F. EHLERS,
Denier In Dry Coodi, WIHs, &?.
415-ly Fort Street, Honolulu, Oahu, H. I.
CHEW LAND It ROTH E RS,
IMPORTERS AND RETAILERS,
HUUASU STREET, next door below A. S. CLEcnoKN.
Purchasers aul dealers in Fungut", Beche-le-nier, Shark fins
and other Island produce. 411-ly
H. A. P. CAKTRlt
C. BREWER & CO.,
Commission & Shipping Merchants,
Ilouolnlii, Oahu. II. I.
Johk. M. Hood, Esj.,
J a.mks IU'N.nkwkll, Esq.,
Charles Brewer, Esq., f ......
H. A. Pkibce, Es-j., )
Messrs. McRcer A: Merrill, )
Chas. Wolcott Bh(oks, Esq.,
Messrs. Wm. Pcstau A: Co., Honckong.
Messrs. Pekle, Hibbell A: Co.,. ...Manila.
SAM'L. N. CASTLE. J. B. ATHERTON. AMOS. H. COOKS
CASTLE At COOKE,
Importers and Wholesale and Retail dealers in General Mer
chandise, in the Fireuroof Store in Kimr street, oiiposite tha
Pr. Jaynes Medicines,
Wheeler Ar Wilson's Sewin? Machines,
The New England Mutual Life Insurance Company, cash
assets $ -.5,350.000.
Knynnlds, bevoe A; Pratt Importers anil Manu'acturers of
P-iints. Oil and Varnish, and Crystal Coal Oil,
C. Van Home & Co.'s Carriages and Currie Materials.
WILCOX, EICHAEDS & Co.
Ship Chandlers anil Commission Merchants, dealers in General
Merchandise. Keep constantly on hand a full assortment
of merchandise, (Or the supply of Winders and Merchant
ACEXTS FOR THF.
RegHlar Dispatch Line of Packets,
HONOLULU & SAN FRANCISCO.
IturU CvtiK't. C.ipt. Jan. M. arret
V mii U '.' Cnpl. dohn ln It.
Vouny Hr'lr," C. L'hiidwickt
One of the above vessels will be dispatched regularly every
three weeks, or oftener.
Freight and Passengers taken Rt the lowest rotes.
All of the above vessels have superior accommodations for
Passengers, for whom every comfort will be atf.rded.
Through Bills Uidinp, wili be given at Honolulu, for merchan
dise to New York or Boston, the freight being reshipied at San
Francisco, on board first class clippers without extra expense
Shipiwrs can a.9o procure at Boston or New York, through
Bills Lading, f r freight shipped via San Francisco, of Messrs.
Glidden k Williums, Boston and Messrs. W. T. Coleman A: Co.,
New York. Messrs. McRuer if Merrill, AgentJ for Regular
Dispatch Line, at San Francisco. 406-ly
tfutual Marine Insurance? Company.
ritHE I XDKRSKJMJ) AGEXTS OF THE
b a'wive Company, have been authorized to insure riks on
CARCJO. I" R I' Hi I IT nnd Tlir.ASl'KK.
by COASTERS from Honclalu to fill pcrts of the Hawaiian
Group, and vice versa.
41 II HACKFF.LD CO.
TIIK RRITISII AND FOUKIC.V
MARINE INSlimNCi: COMPANY,
Capital One Million Pounds.
Head Office, Manchester Buildings, Liverpool.
Agents at Honolulu,
X. R. This Company takes ricks ou goods onry and not on
Mutual Marine Insurance Company,
tv a nscn.
- w, '.-I.''Uk:l-. L'lV II t llC 11 k V
rain r. . r w. - - - . -
M apiMiinted Asents for the above company, best leave to
inform the the public, that they are now prepared to U.-,ue
M A R I X E I X S I" R A X C E POLICIKS
on Cargo, Freigtit and Treasure.
fa ' II. HACKFfcl.l) CO.
Honolulu, A r;12, 1S62. 411-ly
1 1 A M II U R ; 1 1 - H R E M K X
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANV.
rfHE UNDERSIGNED, Agents f-the above Com
M. pany, are prepared to insure risks against fire in an
for particulars apply at the office.
MELCHERS k CO.
Honomlu Oct. 11. 1S57. 373-ly
OFFICE : Southwest corner of Washing
ton anil Hattery streets.
rpiIE UNDERSIGNED ARE PREPARED
1 to issue Marine Insurance olicies," each being rttpon
gible for the sum written on the Policies igiinst his owu name
only, and for hitusvlf and not for others or any of them.
Jobs Barrott, Jaufs Bosahce,
George C. Johxsov, ;AVillu?i r.. Baurox,
N. Lrsixo, 'Jamks Otis,
Javks I'helas, James B. IIv.gis,
Lafatettk Matsai-.., J. Mora Mois.
ALDRICH, WALKER k CO. Apents.
Uoooltilu. IL T.
Cabinet Maker and French Polisher, Hotel Street, opposite to
Government House. 373-ly
H. FISCHER !
TAILOR Keeps constantly on haiid an assortment of fine
Broadcloth, Cassimeres and Buckskin, Nuuanu St., below
King St. 4u7-ly
C. E. WILLIAMS,
Manufacturer, Importer and dealer in Furniture of every des
cription. Furniture Wareroom on Fort street, opposite
Messrs. Lewers A: Dickson's otlice ; Workshop at the old
! Stand. Hotel street, iienr Fort.
N. B. Orders from other islands promptly attended to. 369-ly
BREAD .AND BISCUU' BAKEUY,
Comer Queen mid Kichnrd St.
ON HAM) AM FOR SALE, Frewl. linUo
Pilot ami Navy Bread ; Soda, Susar, Butter aud Water
Crackers, in any quantity and at the lowest rates.
Parties ppvidinp their own tlour, will have it baked up on
the lowest terms. Ship bread rebjiked. 402-ly
IX REMOVIXfi HIS Ul SIXF.SS
to his new COOPERAGE on the Esplanade
Fort street, takes this opportunity of retprn
ing his sincere thanks to his friends and the
public in general, for the support and patron
sire which thev have been pleased to crant
him for tlie past ten years, and hopes that by attention to busi
ness and promptness in he execution of all orders intrusted to
him, he will merit a continuance of heir favors. GS7-ly
THE UXDERSIGXED WOULD RE-
snectfuilv inform the mu!ie tli:it be is Tirenared to mst
rt j ami hnisn all kinds or brass and composition work with
r dispatch and at reasonable rates.
jp All kinds of ship and plantation work furnished on short
XT Constantly on hand, hose couplings of the following
sizes : 1, j, 1, 1$, 2 and "Ji. Also, oil cups mid gauge cocks.
JAMES A. HOPPER,
375-ly King street.
OAS COXSTAXTLV OX HAM) AXOOF-f-rs
for sale a complete assortment of FL'RNITL'RE,
and is prepared to fill all orders in his line with promptness and
manufactured of Koa and Kou woo.ls, consisting in part of Side
Boards, Centre Tables, Arm Chairs, Lounges, Sofas, Ladies'
Work Tables and boxes, at reasonable prices.
411-ly Cabinet Maker, Hotel street, near the Theater.
Honolulu Iron Works,
Of AVE OX IIAXD AXI OFFER FOR
H. SA I.E. a complete assortnr-nt of Round Iron, Flat
Iron, ALSO : Square Steel, . , J. 1 inch,
Blistered Steel. 2n inch.
Boiler Iron, . , i inch,
- . Cart Boxes, Babbit Metal and Stove Linings,
Iron and J3i-ass5 Castings
maue on me snorcesi notice.
Ship's work done at the lowest rates. Sugar Mills, Coolers
Kettles, Grate Bars, made on the most reasonable terms,
i, i, J WATER or STEAM PIPE. on hand.
Blacksmith Coal always ou hand !
Old Iron aizI Brass &c, purchased
at highest rates.
Itcaiii Biscuit Bakerv.
rfIIE UXDERSIGXCD Wfll'LD H.ES-
WL pectfully inform his friends and the public generally that
The Honolulu Steam Biscuit Bakery
Being new in full operation, he is prepared to furnish
Pilot & Navy Bread, Water Crackers,
And other descriptions cf
All of superior quality and at
Price to defy competition.
Parties furnishing their own flour for ship bread, will have it
made up at the lowest possible rates.
SHIP DREAD REBAKED.
Orders from the other islands promptly attended to.
ROBERT LOVE, Nuuanu Street.
XT Orders in Honolulu for shilling to be left with Messrs.
Wilcox, Richards k Co. 402-6m
j. l. uww,
G. W. NORTON.
WIS & NORTON,
OIL CAiKS AXD SllOOkS, Constantly on hand
and lor sale.
lOOO tI X E MOLASSES It A H H ELS, on hand
and f.r s ile.
Cooperate on Kiu St., Corner of
bethel St., UonoIiiIu.
PI "VV JT IV2sT
SOAP FACTORY I
Vm. ir. xiTJixY :
nAVIXtt RECEIVED A LA RGE AND FULL
stock of material, is prepared to supply his customers
and the public, with the ke.t Vrl!r, Brown id
!-r,"r v'i oil hoap,
In large or small quantities to suit.
I. g. Soap grease always wanted. 3S7-ly
Carpenter, Builder, Undertaker aod
NEW &ND SECOfiO-HEfiO
Call anl Examine my Stock, before
SS5-8m At my whop, in FTt Street.
Thompson & Neville,
HAVE COXSTAXTLV OX' IIAXD AXD
.V for sale, a good assortment of
llest Refined Bar-Iron !
Also, best Blacksmith's Coal I
At the Lcnrert Market Pri'xs. s?ft.ty
Barrel Manufactory !
BEIXG XOW IX FTLL OPERATION,
the undersigned bep leave to inform the BLANTERS and
the puMic in general that they are prepared to fill any orlers
for !uirar Kegs, in shoois or set up. Molasses cr Provision
barrels, 5 gallon kegs for butt-ir or other purpose I, all which
being maDaf.ictured of native Ahakea lumber wdl lear favora
ble comparison with irrijorted containers.
415 3m El. HOrrLSeHLAKGKK & STAPKNHOKST.
BENNETT & SVI'KENNY
Boot and Shoe Makers, ciji
Have removed to the North side of Nuuanu St., vfeL
alwve Love's Bakery.
All Orders entrusted to us will be attended to with neatness
nd dispatch. 391-ly
J. II. WICKE,
ALAKKA STRL'KT, BELOW THE THEATRE.
Furnitrue made and repaired at reasonable prices. 400-ly
A F. II. A: .$EGGLKGi,
Tinsmiths and Plumbers,
uuinu Strrtt, near the Wharf STOVES and LEAD PIPE
' always on hand. Jobiing ot all kinds attended to. 399-ly
J. P. HUGHES,
1 M PO RT ERA; M A XL' FA C-
TUKEtt of all kind of Saddlery, Car
riage Trimming, Mattress making
and repairing done with neatness and dispatch
All orders promptly attended to.
Corner of Fort and Hotel street, Honolulu
Ship, House. Carriage and Orna
mental Sign Painter.
REGS LEAVE TO INFORM
the residents of Honolulu and others,
that he has opened his shop in the com
modious room on Kaahumanu street, oc
cupied by the late John F. Colburn, as
an auction room, where he will receive all
orders, and execute them in the highest style of the art, with
An experienced carriage painter and trimmer, has been en
gaged who will warrant his work to be equal with the best ever
done here. 417-3m
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.
rilHE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
1 existimr between O. l J CI)D, M. I)., and HL'OO STANO
ENWALD, M. D., is dissolved this day, by mutual consent.
Dr. Stavgrn-wald will continue the practice of his profession
as heretofore, at the same place.
Honolulu, March 31st, 1SC4. . 412-3m.
HONOLULU, H. I.
IS THE LARGEST AND BEST ARRANGED
HOTEL on the Islands. It contains all the modern
improvements, and every convenience for the Cow
Tori oT it I'atroiiN.
Persons visiting this Hotel, can be served with meals and
refreshments of the best the market affords.
The Sleeping Booms are large and well ventilated. The
suites of Rooms are well arranged and completely furnished ;
and the house will continue to be kept as a FIRST CLASS
HOTEL in every respect.
Corjasrof NUUANU and
'gMlE SUBSCRIBER TO IXFOftM
his friends and the public generally that he has opened
the above premises, and that he will use avery endeavor to
please those who may f svor him with their patronage. 417-6t
Dealer in General .Merchandise, Island Produce,
4-c, and Coinmifsion .Merchant.
Byron's Day, Hilo, U. I.,
Will keep constantly on hand an extensive assortment of every
description of goods required by ships and others. The
highest price given for Island Produce.
Money advanced for Bills of Exchange at reasonable rates
Hilo. February 3, ISol 405-ly
V"T1CE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT RRR
i Rotal Highsess Pkisclss VICTORIA KAMAMALU,
has conveyed her estate to the undersigned, to be held by him
in trust for her benefit. AH persons having any demands
against said estate, will confer a lavor by sending them to th
undersigned. All persons renting any portion of the same, are
notified to pay their rent to the undersigned and t'ie receipt
of none other than the Trustee or his authorized agents will be
of any avail ; nor has any one, other than the Trustee, a lawful
right to charge the said estate with debts or leases, or to make
contracts for sale, nor to discharge any one from liabil'ty to the
said estate. No debts will be allowed hereafter to constitute a
set off for rent. AH persons are respectfully requested to heed
this notice, as it will not be varied from by
CHAS. C. HARRIS,
Trustee for II. R. II. Princess Victoria Kamamalu.
Honolulu, April 2d, 1S84. 413 3m
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
OAHTJ, SS SETII PORTER FORD, Complainant, ft.
MARIA y. FORD, defendant. Action brought before the
Tlonorable Robert O. Davis, Associate Justice of the Supreme
Court at Chamliers. upon petition this day filed in the Supreme
Court of the Hawaiian Inlands.
SUMMONS to MARIA y. FORD, defendant, greeting:
You are hereby summoned by ord--r of the Honorable Robert
O. Davis, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, to be and
appear before the said ju'lge at his chambers in the city of
Honolulu. Island of Oahu. within 20 days after the expiration
of 5 months 'rom the date of this summons, to show cause why
Seth Porter Ford, complainant, should not recovir a judgment
and decree of this Honorable Court, divorcing him, th said
complainant, from the bonds of matrimony cow existing between
the said complainant and Maiia N. Ford, defendant, on the
ground of desertion ; all which is fully set forth m the petition
filed in this cause. And you are hereby notified that if you
fail to appear and file an answer to the said petition, as above
required, the said complainant will apply to this Court for the
relief therein demanded.
Witness, The Honorable Robert G. Davis, Associate Justice
w of the Sifr?m Court, at Honolulu, this 25th day of
(TP) ApoVA. D. 1564. -
jiiOJ J' JN0. E-BARNARD,
v, - Clerfc Supreme Court.
ORDER The above summons is hereby ordered to be pub
lished la the Pacific Commercial Advtrtiner cf Honolulu,
Hawaiian Islands, at least once a wek for 5 consecutive month.
R. 6. DAVIS. Justice Supreme Court.
R. H. STANLEY. Attorney for Petitioner.
Ilonolulu, April 25ih, 1S64. 414-5m
IIILDRENS PAIXT BOXES OF varioni
sires and prices, for sale by
II. M. WHITNEY
31 APS OF THE SANDWICH ISLANDS.
A FEW OF THE EXPLORING EXPEDI
tion mans on hand. No t urist should be without one
For sale by.
H. M. WHITS ET
LAHAINA STEAM MILL
WE HAVE JITST RECEIVED AND OF
FER FOR SALE THE FIRST SI GARS OF TH
1ST e w Crop,
or a very Superior Quality !
Ed. HoFFscnuAEGER & Stapenuorst,
395-6m Agents for the LAHAISA SUGAR Co.
East Maui Plantation.
Sugars and Molasses,
rROI' NOW COMING IK, AND oflcre
for sale in quantities to suit by
11. HACKFKLD & CO.,
RAIWIKI PLANTATION 1
Sugars and Molasses,.
VOW COMING IN AND FOR SALS IN
i. quantities to suit, by
400 0m MELCHERS k CO.
Sugar and Molasses!
From the Plantation of J. MAKEE,
CROP OF ISO 1.
For sale by (404-flm) C. BREWER k C9
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
From PIONEER MILLS, LAMINA !
ROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IV
quantities to suit purchasers by
4ln-3m ALDKICIL, WALKER 4c CO.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES
From Xdhue Plantation !
ROP COMING IN AND FOR SALE IN
quantities to suit purchasers by
410-3m ALDRICH. WALKER k CO.
Sugar and Molasses
FROM METCALF PLANTATION I
ROP COMING IV AND FOR SALE IV
quantities to suit purchasers by
410 3m ALDKICII, WALKER ir CO.
MM SUGAR REFINERY !
l'GR AND MOLAKSJ'S FROM T 0 1 8
establishment for sale in quantities to suit purchasers by
410-3ra ALDRICH, WALKER k CO.
JUL WILDER & J
Art bow maBHfactnrin? at
4O0 toms of Ougcr, which thy offer to
sell at reasonable prices, as it arrives.
For sale also,
MOLAS8E6 in Barrels.
G. P. HDD, 9(,
Corner of Fcrt and Merchant streets, Eonolttfi.
SUGAR & JIOLASSES,
CROP COMING IN. For sale by -412-3fn
ALDRICH. WALKER & Co.
CHOICE NEW BOOKS !
KOWITT'S HISTORY OF THE SCPKR
NATCRAL, i vols. $3.
Jeremy Taylor's Holy Livinjr, $1,00,
Head's Dily Religious Kxerciss, $1,76.
Textbook of Penmanship, $1,63,
A Bonk about Doctors, $1.75,
Austen Klliot, by Kingiley. $1,50,
Kinglake's Crimean War, rol. 1, $1,?,
The 8!oux Masfaeres tn 186i-3, $1,60,
Alicoclt's Three Tears in Japan, 2 rols. $3,50,
Cochin's Results of Emancipation, $1.60,
Gaspann's Uprising of a Great People, $1.60.
Uasparin'i America before Europe, $1,75,
Charles Dickens' Works, 6 vols. 6.00.
Physical School Atlas, $2.60,
Smollett's Works, A Tols. $7.00,
Black stone's Coroment-iries, 4 vols, sheep, $10
Abbott's History of the Rebellion, In QI.RMAN. $4,00,
Logging's FieM Book of the Revolution, rols. $9 ,00.
Kane's Chemistry, J 1.00,
The Jewish Tabernacle, $1,75,
far mti by