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JL Thrilling lYarrative.
MIm Mjr Panlla Caikmna the Federal
Sc nd Spy.
Among the women of America who have made
themselves famous since the openiDg of the rebel
lion, few bare fluttered more, or rendered more
errice to the Federal cause than Miss Major
Pacx-im CrsmsAN, tho female scout and spy. At
the commencement of hostilities she resided in
Cleveland, Ohio, and was quite well known as a
From Cleveland the went to Louisville, where
he had an engagement in Wood's Theatre. Here,
bj her intimacy with certain rebel officers, 6he in
curred the suspicion of beiDg a rebel, and was ar
rested by the Federal authorities. She indignant
ly denied that ehe ws a rebel, although born at
" the South, and Laving a brother in a rebel Mis
In order to test her love for the old flag, ehe
was asked if she would enter the secret service of
the Government. She readily consented, and
was at once employed to carry letters between
Louisville and Nashville. She was subsequently
employed by General Rosecrans, and was for
many months with the Army of the Cumberland.
She visited the rebel lines time after time, and
was thoroughly acquainted with all the country
and roads in Tennessee, Northern Georgia, Ala
bama and Misbueippi, in which section ehe ren
dered our armies invaluable service. She was
twice suspected of being a spy, and taken pris
oner, but managed to escape. "
At last, however, she was not so fortunate.
After our forces had captured Nashville, Major
Cushman made a scout towards Sbelbyville to
obtain information of the strength and position
of the enemy, and while returning to Nashville,
was captured on the Hardin pike, eleven miles
from the latter city. She was placed on a horse,
and, in charge of two scouts, was being taken
to Spring Hill, the headquarters of Forrt-st.
t hile on the way to this place, she feigned
sickness and said she could not travel any further
without falling from her horse. Her captors
stopped at a house on the roadside, when it was
ascertained that a Federal scouting I arty had
passed the place an hour before. Knowing that
her guards had important papers for Gen. Bragg,
the quick-witted spy seized the fact and schemed
to use it to her advantage.
Seeing an old negro, who appeared to commis
erate her unfortunate plight, she watched her
opportunity and placed ten dollars in Tennessee
money in his hand, saying : run up the road,
Uncle,' and come back in a few minutes, telling
oa that four hundred Federals are coming down
the street." The faithful negro obeyed the order
literally, and soon came back in the greatest ex
citement, telling the story. The two rebs"
told him he lied. The old colored man got down
on his knees, saying : Massa, dey's cumin, sure
nuf ; de Lord help us, dey is cumin."
The scouts at this believed his story, mounted
their horses, and " skedaddled" for the woods.
Miss Cushman, seizing a pistol belonging to a
wounded soldier in the house, also mounted her
horse and fled toward Franklin. She travelled
through the rain, and, after nightfall, lost her
way. Soon came the challenge of a picket Who
comes there?" Thinking 6he had reached the
rebel line ehe said : A friend of Jeff Davis."
"All right," was the reply, " advance and give
She presented the countersign in the shape of a
canteen of whieky. She passed five pickets in
this way, but the sixth and last was obdurate.
She pleaded that she was going to see a 6ick uncle
at Franklin, but the sentry couldn't see it. Sick
and disheartened she turned back. Seeing a light
at a farm house she sought shelter. An old man
received her kindly, showed her to a room, and
said he would awake her at an early hour in the
morning, and show her the road to Franklin.
A loud knock awoke her in the morning from
her letbean slumbers, and upon arousing, she
found her horse saddled, and the two guards from
whom she had escaped the previous afternoon.
She was taken to the headquarters of Forrest,
and he sent her, after a critical examination, to
Gen. Eragg. Nothing could be found against
her, until a secesh woman stole her gaiters, under
the inner sole of which were found important
documents which clearly proved her to be a spy.
She was tried and condemned to be executed as
a spy, but being sick, her execution was post
poned. She finally, after lying in prison three
months, sent for Gen. Bragg, and asked him if
he bau no mercy. She received from him the
comforting assurance, that he should make an ex
ample of her as soon as she got well enough to
be hung decently.
While in this state of suspense the grand army
of Rosecrans commenced its forward movement,
and one day the rebel town where she was iia-
Erisooed, was surprised and captured, and the
eroine of this tale was to her great joy released.
She is now in this city visiting friends, having
arrived at the Biddle Jlou&e one day last week.
Sctvk ix a Dentist's Office. A male repre
sentative from the Emerald Isle enters, hat in
hand, with The top of the morning to ye, sir,
an I've got a bad tooth, an the divil a bit o'
comfort can I get short of a bottle of brandy,
an I've got one of Father Matthy's medals to
kape me from all such evil spirits, sure. Now,
sir, what'll ye be axin to pull me a tooth, sir?"
Half a dollar,' says the doctor.
" Well," says Tat, what'll ye pull two for ?'
"Oh," replied the doctor, I won't charge
yon anything for pulling the second one.'
Pat seated himself, turned up his mug, and the
doctor took a peep at his grindera, and with a
little assistance from Pat, soon found which were
the ones he wanted out.
Says Pat, This is the first one and that is the
second one. Plaze pull the second one out first."
" Very well, replied the doctor, any way
to get them out.' And be pulled.
Before be had time to fix the instrument for
the other tooth, (the first one,) Pat had got out
of the chair and was edging towards the door.
I guess, doctor, I won" have the first tcoth
pulled out till it achs, and you told me you
would pull the second one for nothing."
Pat mizzled, and the doctor pocketed the joke
instead of the fee.
OtA, THE DESIRABLE DWELLING
fi'Jii P"""i Fort St.. cow occupied by DANIEL
FOSTER, Esq. TiUe fe simple. Tens ajy.
. roe runner particulars inquire or
432xa H. M. WHITNEY.
For Sale I
A Very Fime "CIIICKERIXC
rUXO. ALSO A BILLIARD TABLE.
by trade a piano-mat' er, and baring
w s I! had long experience latnemanurae- 3f. '
m 1 for of PIANOS, offers hi. errky
for the repairing and tan:ng of piano, and guarantees satlifac
t loo to all entrusting their work to him.
Orders left at Mr. Fischer's Cabinet Shop la Hotel St., will
be promptly attend ed to.
429-lm AUGUSTUS KOCH.
A X ACTIVE TRrSTTMAXTO DELIVER
Jrm. MILK in this city, enquire of
.HAPS OP THE SANDWICH ISLANDS.
A FEW OP THE EXPLORIXC EXPEDI-
tloo mm on kind.
No tTurut should
be. without one
Tor sale by.
An African Kaltlc.
A correspondent of the London Times furnishes
the following account of the recent defeat of the
King of Dahomey by the Egbas : , r
It would appear that on Monday, the loth of
March, the Iahomian army, with the King at
its bead, encamped at Owiwi, which is about
twelve miles from Abbeokuta. Before six o'clock
on Tuesday morning the frequent reports of a
gun fired at Aro, one of the five gates of Abbeo
kuta, gaTe warning to the Egbas that the Daho
mians were in eight.
The Abashorun had made every preparation
for the defence of the town. 44 Abaahorun"
signifies the principal chief, and as this word is
curious in composition, I may as well explain
that its literal meaning is 44 a King of Heaven
opening out everything." The enemy approach
ed boldly enough. He had three brass field six
pounder pieces, bearing the inscription upon the
breach of 44 Mexico, 1815."
He advanced in a column of 3,000 strong till
within fifty yards of the wall of Abbeokuta,
then suddenly displayed his flags, extended his
lines, and marched rapidly towards the wall.
The Egbas immediately opened a tremendous fire
on the"serried lines, and arrested them at once.
In the advancing column were Amazons, who
fought bravely and desperately.
Many of these furies climbed the wall, which
is more than 15 feet high ; but, as soon as they
reached the top, the Egbas dragged them over
and slew them. One Amazon, who had ono of
her hands cut off in her efforts to clamber over
the wall discharged her musket with the other
hand and shot an Egba. .She received a severe
blow from a sabre, and fell backwards into the
The Dahomians were utterly defeated. In
fact, they have never met with such a signal
defeat not even in 1851. They lost upwards of
1,000 in killed, and the number of prisoners is
said to exceed 2,000. The whole strength of the
King is said to have been 10,000, men and wo-
men. ine l'anomians neu id iwu umeiun3. m
front of tho division which took first to flight
was the doughty King himself.
The Egbas pursued both divisions and slaugh
tered the fugitives without mercy and without a
pause. Seeing the discomfiture of the King, the
inhabitants of the neighboring crooms turned out
and joined heartily in the general massacre. Out
or ins three neld-pieces, me iving nau me misiur
tune to leave two in the good-keeping of the
Ebas. The wall of Abbeokuta is fifteen miles
in circumference, and the population is scarcely
less than 200,000 souls.
Js Philadelphia hams. Boston mess beef.
For s&!e by
BOLLES if CO.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY
BOLLES r Co.
PAINTS AND OIL!
M-J Patent zinc,
&c. &c. cc
Best English boiled paint oil.
For sale by
BOLLES & Co.
Sperm and Polar Oil !
nOR SALE BY
B0LLE3 & Co.
LANDS FOR SALE.
ANY OR ALL PERSONS WHO
M"!' wish to purchase any of the hereinafter men-
betirr come immediately to the tmUeraiuneJ.
The following a:e
tbe list of lands for sale :
K am anon L,
Wawaia, " "
The two last named lands are suitable for planting pupnr cane.
Tnpether with several house lots in the city of Lahaina, and
CATTLE and HOUSES at Molokai. The improvements on
the lands at Lahaina. are to be sold separately.
Warranty deed to be given as soon as the money is paid.
Per order of Levi Uaalelkji.
429-lm J. W. II. KAUWAIII.
Have just received per BrigARGO!
FROM LIVERPOOL !
IROX PIPING 3-4 TO 2 INCH, WITH
elbows, couplings, &c, . .
An assortment of Cocks fordo., "
2 Inch iron tubing suitable for boilers, or water or steam
piping, 3 do. do. do. do..
Flax packing. India rubber packing,
At. Iron and steel boiler plates.
Sheet iron, Tin, emery, Ac, Ac.
419-3m Honolulu Iron Works.
W OFFER FOR SALE
The Cargoes of the Barks
N. S. PERKINS!
Scantling, all ml Tern X
Tngned&. Grooved Board,
1 and 1 14 inch
Laths, 5 Feet Picket.
We have also Received
Per Late Vi'i-itils: !
Redwood tongued and grooved boards.
Redwood surface planed boards and plank,
Redwood siding. Redwood pouts,
Redwoood rough boards.
HAVE ALSO ON HAND
And For fnle,
A Large Assortment of
CLEAR WHITE PIXE BOARDS akd PLANK !
White Lead, Zinc Paint, Oils,
Paints of all lrinclss,
BR USHES. DOORS, Wh'DOirSt BLI.XDS,
Eastern 4 and 6 foot Clapboards,
rC.il and iXX lx-ixxclisi of
BUILDER'S HARDWARE !
"Wall IPaper, (New assortment.)
LEWERS Si. DICKSON,
LVMBETl YARD ox 7 opt, Kisg
5T MCH4srr Streets.
the management of Oxen and Horses
ALto Two or
th-e men to cat wood.
440-lm By J. II.
lO IMPORTED XECRETTI
RAMS. Apply to
II. A. WIDEMAXV. at NawiliwiU,
Or ALDKICIi, WALKER & CO.,
428 Ct Honolulu.
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between C. N. SPENCER, of Waiohinu, and
THOMAS SPENCER, of Ililo, under the firm name of
C . J FENCER 4i Co., expired by limitation on
Jane 19th, C. N. Spencer being: authorized to liquidate all
liabilities and collect all debts due sai.l firm.
C. X. SPENCER.
Walohinq, Kaa. Jaly 1st. 1S64. 429-3m
II. Illl 111 I I II & dO.!
Expect to Receive
The Following Goods :
Men's saddle, complete
Raw hide whips
Barrels prime pork
Half barrels dried apples
Boxes tobacco " Welters"
Boxes tobacco Pride of Orleans"
Shoe blacking, large size
Spirits of turpentine
Maynard & Noye's writing inlt
1000 Barrels New Oil Casks!
Whalemen's spades. Whalemen's lances
Xescs trunks, Palm leaf hats
Card matches. Preserved meats, 2 lb cans
Whale line, Patent charcoal ir ns
Hunt's hatchets, Hunt's axes, handled
Cut nails, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 20, 30d
Men's calf sewed boot.
Men's thick D. S. boots
Men's kiu brogans, Women's J. L. boots.
WILCOX, HICHAM & CO. I
Expect to Arrive
From NEW BEDFORD, Mass.
The Following List of
WHICH WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE
AT LOWEST MARKET RATES !
TON'S STEAMBOAT COAL.
lOO CmkN Cumberland Con I,
OIL. SIIOOKS, Old nnd Xtw;
Whale Boat. Yawl Boat a, 1 Launch
150 Cases Kerosene Oil !
Oars, all sizes; Mast hoops, Jib hanks, Rowlocks,
Poat timbers, Boat knees, Trenails, Wedges,
Boat nails, Boat boards, Uuffs and clinches, Copper tacks,
Coopers hammers. Drivers and anvils,
Heavy drawers, Shirts, Tants, Pea jackets, Sacks,
Stockings, Blankets, assorted sizes & colors,
Sheath knives, Sea boots, Brogans, 1'umps,
PAINTS OF ALL KINDS!
Paint Oil. Black Varnish, Nnptha,
25,000 Sugar Shooks, 14 gallons!
Stove linings, Card matches.
Sperm candl?s, Xests tubs, 3 IIoop pails,
Nests willow baskets, Corn brooms, Wash boards,
2 Open Wagons, 1 Dog Cart, 1 Carryal,
1 Light Wagon, Setts Harnesses,
Reins and Halters.
AMERICAN BEEF and PORK!
.AJUso on Hand
Bv Recent Arrivals!
IIoop Iron for Sugar Kegs , Powder,
California ILime, IB ricks,
CALIFORNIA FIREWOOD !
Hawaiian and Caljbrnia
Hemp and Manila Cordage all sizes,
-Viiclioi nnd Clinins:,
A Full and Complete Assortment of
FROM VICTORIA,V. I,
The Steel Schooner
WITH A VERY FINE ASSORTMENT
Of nil Kinds or
G-O ODS !
SELECTED IN ENGLAND t
And From Invoices
JUST RECEIVED III VICTORIA !
Specially for this Market.
TOE ASSORTMENT IS VERY FULL,
And Dne HS3otice
WILL BE GIVEN OF THE SALE OF
JAXIOX. GREEN k Co.
H. HACKFELD & CO,!
Expect to Arrive in September,
THE HAWAIIAN BARK
EVEEHA ED !
With an Assorted CARGO of
Two blue prints
Turkey and yellovr prints
rink and yellow prints iUSSwaxo pisilU
Mourniug prima f STYLES,
Janoy prinu V Labgb iSO mali.
Fancy check prints J PATTERNS.
Mourning muslin. Fancy printed jaconet
Victoria lawns. Tape check muslin
liubinct mosquito netting. White ctttor.s
Ilrown cottons. Brown cotton drill, White cotton drill
Imitation linen drill
Ulue cottons, Ileary denims
Bed ticking. Hickory stripes
Prab. bleached and unhleachel moleskin
Black Orleans, Black alpacca
BUck coburgs. Colored coburga
Checked coburgs, Fancy stripe
Check poplin, White flannel
Blue twilled Saxony flannel
Fancy and striped flannel
Blue, black and trreeu lust ine. Union damask
Linens, Woolen panUloon stun
t'asmets. Blue and black broadcloth
Bjntinp, red. white and blue; Barege, for veils.
Ma ndltcr chiefs
Printed jaconet handkercheifs
Printed cotton handkercheifs. silk finish:
A large assortment of silk corahs and foulards
Turkey red and yellow handkercheifs
Black silk handkerchiefs. Silk cravats
Blue pilot cloth monkey jackets
White Cashmere vests. Blue pilot cloth pants
Black alpacca coats, Black alpacca waterproof coats
A larjre assortment of cotton pants
A larg assortment of 1 wool pants
BIu and black cloth pants. Cashmere pants
Cashmere coats. Cloth cloaks and mantles
liickoiy shirts. Printed regatta shirts
White cotton (shirts. White cotton shirts, linen bosoms;
White cotton slurU, fancy printed bosoms sc.,
Blue and red flannel shirts
Fancy flannel shirts
Brown, white and pink cotton undershirts
Fine Lamb's wool undershirts
Guernsey frocks, Geunrsey drawers
Heavy woolen socks & stockings
Scotch and Glengary caps
Heavy sea boots
A large assortment of ITats and Caps.
Men's mixed socks ;
Men's brown cotton socks f
Men's bleached cotton socks !
Men's grey and Lamb's wool socks
Men's heavy woolen socks and stockings
Ladies white and black cotton hose
Children's cotton stocking.
Ladies' side saddles
Iron tinned bitU
Iron tinned spurs
Felt saddle cloths.
Best hen.p canvass. No. 00, 0, 1 to 7
Heavy raven's duck, Light ravens duck
Best Russia hemp cordage, 1J to 4 inches
Spunyarn, Seizing stuff
Marline, Housing. Log line
Hemp sad twine, 2 r 3 thread
Manilla cordage, 1 and 1 1 inch
. , 1200 barrels oil shooks,
uu snooks, j barrels new 8hooks,
Zinc paint. White lead
Paint oil, Red lead
Venetian red. Yellow ochre
Chalk, Black paint
6 Oak boats. 18, 16.6, IS, 19, and 22 feet long
Genuine Eau de cologne.
A large assortment of
Foolscap and Note paper,
A large assortment of Blank Books,
Best English fencing wire
Iron tinned saucepans
Iron pots. Saw files, Copper tacks
Shot, Jews harps
Cocoa-handled butchers knives 5 to 7 inches
Sailer pocket knives. Steel scissors
Needles No. 1 to 5 in tins 2 6 M
IIoop iron i to U inch
Copper wire cloth for centrifugals,
Crockery & Glassware
White granite dinner setts complete
toilet setts "
' foot baths
" u Mugs nnd Bowls
44 " Cups and Saucers
Cut bar tumblers
English pie fruits, in quarts;
English pickles, in pints;
Currants, in jars;
Raisins, in 1 and i boxes;
Sardines, In i and i tins;
French Vanilla chocolate
Cod fish in qaarter boxes
Wine vinegar In caes
Saltwater soap. Wax tapers
Crushed sugar In hlf bbls
Wine vinegar in demijohns
Malt iqiioi Wanes &c.
Best London porter in quarts and pints
Bst German ale in quarts anl pints
Hhds draught ale
Claret in casks
- Benicalo In casks
Hock in cases
Claret in cafes
Gin in cases
Brandy in casks, Bitters
Champagne in quarts and pints Ruinart pere et fils
Champange in qts and pts Jacquessun et fils.
Grey, bine, green and scarlet blankets
Oil carpeting, tapestry carpeting
Carpet bags, black silk crape
Black silk umbrellas. Mack cotton umbrellas
Ladies1 and Gents' silk and kid gloves black and Color'd
Linen Huckabuck towels, Russia crash
Bed quilts, velvet silk and satin bonnet ribbons
Black silk hat ribbons. Berlin wool
Black and fancy colored Ostrich feathers,
Ivory tooth combs, Buffalo dressing combs.
Hair brushes, metal and bone pant buttons
Pearl buttons, white linen tape
Suspenders', playing cards
French calf skins, walking canes
Corks, cane seat arm chairs and sofas
Sailors' looking glasses
Room paper and borders
Fire and arch brick.
Soda ash In casks
Pipe clay in casks
Kaolin in casks
Blacksmith's coals in casks
260 tons bes if team COSJl.
Jus.. fee., fee.. 2-2m
M Eft BILL
SO I nnd 200 California Street,
ALSO, AGENTS OF THE
Sail Francisco & Honolaln Packets.
Particular attention given to the sale and purchase of mer
chandise, ships' business, suppling whaleships, negotiating
O- All freight arriving at San Francisco, by or to the Ho
nolulu Line of Packets, will be forwarded fueb of commission.
Exchange on Honolulu bought and sold. a
Messrs. Wilcox, Richards & Co., Honolulu
H Hackfeld & Co........... "
" C Brewer 4-Co.,.
" Bishop i: Co.... "
Tr. R. W. W ood "
Hon. E. H. Allks '
1 Oa itTK&MAXf J!(
T0BIN, MEAGHER & Co.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
WHITE GOODS, YANKEE NOTIONS,
Hosiery, Gloves, Pocket Cutlery,
Linen and Silk U'dk'fs., Combs and Brushes,
Embroideries, Laces, Perfumery, Playing Cards,
Ladies and Gents' Furnish- Fancy Soaps,
Ing Goods. Paper and Envelopes,
noop skirts, Milinery Goods,
Spool Thread, Straw Goods,
Sewing Silk, Ribbons,
&c, &c, &c, &c,
We have on hand the largest And best assorted stock on the
Pacific Coast, to which we are receiving constant additions
We invite buyers to examine before purchasing.
All orders entrusted to as will receive our particular a' tention.
TOBINT, MEAGHER & CO.
219 to 225 Battery, corner Sacramento St.,
401 to 400 Sacramento street, (up stairs.;
WIGHTMAN & HARDIE !
415 and 418 Clay Street,
IMPORTERS & DEALERS
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
CARPETS, Oil ClOIIIS. MATTIES,
UPHOLSTERY GOODS I
PAPER HANGINGS I
For sale in quantities to suit. 419-3a
mniE St. BSC R. I HERS NOW
Bale at Wholesale or Ketail a laree assortment of all kinds
of FARMISG IMPLEMENTS, among which will be found :
Steel plows of all kinds and sizes, by case of 10 each or single,
Cast plows, all sizes, Side Hill plows, cast and steel, all sizes
Horse hoes, expanding and reversable teeth,
Cultivators, double mould board and Shovel plows,
Hinge harrows, with 24, 80, 3d and 42 teeth,
OX Shovels or scrapers, Corn shellers. Corn mills,
Farm mills, Portable flour mills, 16 inch, 18, 20x24 inch.
(Each stone made of one piece of the best Burr stone,)
Wine, Lard and Cider presses, Hay or Cotton presses.
Cotton gins, Garden seed sowers, (small and large size,)
Wheel Barrows, (all sizes and styles,)
Oxyokes and bows, (all sizes.) Churns, (all kinds,)
Whiffle trees sets for 1, 2 or 3 horses, Trace and ox chains,
Spades, Shovels, Steel scoops, Hoes, Axes, Steel rakes,
Hcrse rakes, (all kinds,) Hay or Straw Cutters, (ull sizes,)
Picks, Axe, Pick and hoe handles.
Grindstones by cask or single, (all sizes,) Grindstone Hangings,
Plow trimmings. Moulds. Landsides,
Points of all kinds, Harrow-teeth, Horse powers,
Po: table steam engines, Reapers, Mowers, Threshers,
Horse carts, &c.
All of which we will sell at the Lowest City Price.
J. D. ARTHUR & SON7,
Importers and Dealers.
427-Sm Cor. Iavis and Washington sts. San Francisco.
CnA3. WOLCOTT BROOKS, W. FRANK LADD, EDWARD F. BALL, Jft
CHAS. W. BROOKS & CO.,
AGENTS TP It TI IE
HAWAIIAN .JACKET LINE
OFFICE 5 1 1 Sauioiue St., corner Merchant
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO
the Purchase. Shipment and Sale of Merchandise ; to For
warding and Transhipment of Goods; the Chartering and Sale
of Vessels ; the Supplying of Whaleships ; and the Negotiation
Exchange on Honolulu in sums to suit.
ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
Aldrich, Walker 4- Co ,
Besj. F. Ssow.Esq.,
C. Brewer & Co., 44
Bishop & Co., 44
Thos. Spencer, Esq., nilo.
Allmasd tf Co., Kanagawa.
J AS.nCSNEWFLL E?q.,BostOn.
Henry A. Pkircb, 44
Bctler, Sise & Co., 44
PcrroN & Co.. New York.
Field & Rice, 44
11. Fogg & Co., Shanghae.
Notice to Planters and Others !
T1IIE UNDERSIGNED HAVING Engaged
the services of Mr. ROBERT STIRLING, an experienced
Civil and Mechanical Ensinecr and Draughtsman, anl who has
had eleven years experience in putting up Sugar Machinery
and conducting works of irrigation in Peru, is prepared to
furnish complete plans of all such works, with the improve
ments up to the latest date that have been tested, or that are
of unquestionable advantage. Mr. Stirling will, when required,
visit sites for Plantations, and lay out the works, and assist
generally in getting up orders for Machinery from any part of
the world that may be desired.
421-Sm THOMAS nUGHES.
IN THE SUP RE 31 E
OATir. S3 SETH PORTER FORD. Complainant, ts.
MARIA V. FORD, defendant. Action brought before the
Honorable Robert G. Davis, Associate Justice of the Supreme
Court at Chambers, upon petition this day filed in the Supreme
Court of the Hawaiian Inlands.
SUMMONS to MARIA N. FORD, defendant, greeting:
You are hereby summoned by crder of the Honorable Robert
G. Davis, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, to he and
apiear before the said judge at his chambers in the city of
Honolulu, Island cf Oahu. within 20 days after the expiration
of 5 months rrom the date of this summons, to show cause why
Seth Porter Ford, complainant, should not recover a judgment
and decree of this Honorable Court, divorcing, him, the said
complainant, from the bonds of matrimony now existing between
the said complainant and Maria N. Ford, defendant, on the
ground of desertion ; ail which is fully set forth in the petition
filed in this cause. And you are hereby notified that if yon
fail to appear anil 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
of the supreme Court, at Honolulu, this iota day of
April. A. D. 1&6.
JXO. E. BARNARD,
Clerk Supreme Court.
ORDER The above summons is hereby ordered to be pub
lished in the Pacific Commercial Aditrtiner of Honolulu,
Hawaiian Islands, at least once a week for 5 consecutive months.
U. G. DAVIS. Justice Supreme Court.
R. H. STAXLEY, Attorney for Petitioner.
Ilonolulu, April 25tb, 1S64. 414-5m
Revised and Enlarged 400 Pares!
VSiXj, THIS BOOK. WHICH HAS Been
'AYj several months in press, is now published and
C for sale. It has ben carefully revised, and
about OXE HUNDRED NEW HYMXS'added, which makes it
the most complete collection of Hawaiian Hymns ever published.
There are two styles of Binding to be had :
Cloth Covers. 50 Cent eneh.
Red Morocco Covers, 91. OO each.
Victoria, Vancouver Island.
Thi Ho5. ITrrsos's Bat Co Victoria, V. I
Messrs Dasl. Gibb & Co San Francisco.
Messrs. Aldrich, Walks & Co... ....Honolulu.
Mr. Jamks I. Dowsrrr do.
FIELD & RICE,
31 and 33 BROADWAY,
BARXCM W. FIELD. WILLIAM B. RICK.
ATTENDS TO TH E SA LE nnd PURCHASE
on COMMISSION of all merchandise. Offers great ad
vantages for the purchase, in SAN FRANCISCO of
French "Wines, Cognac, French Preserves
AND FRENCH GOODS!
Agent for the manufacture of CEMENT OF BENICIA.
CEMENT OF FIRST QUALITY, ALWAYS ON HAND
427-3m 24 Battery Street, San Francisco.
JANION, GREEN & RHODES,
Victoria, Vancouver' lalnnU.
N. B. Particular attention paid to consignments of Sand wick
Victoria, V. I., January 1. IS63. 407-ly
EDWARD BOSQUI & CO.
517 Clay Street, San Francisco,
BOOK-BINDERS, PAPER RULERS
Account Book Manufacturers,
Blanks) of all kind Printed and Ruled to any
8. ORJFFITT3 MOROAS. C. S. RATHAWAV. . P. STOMB
M0RG.1X, STONE & CO.,
Commission and Forwarding Merchants, San Francisco, Ca'.
T. S. Hathaway Esq
Messrs. T. & A. R. Nye,
44 Swift & Perry
Grinnell Mint urn it Co.,..
John M. Forbes Esq......
Messrs. Perkins & Smith, ,
Daniel C. Waterman Esq..,
J B. RlCHAROS.
Richards & McCracken,
HAVING REEN ENGAGED IN OCR PRE
sent business for upwards of seven years, and being
located in a fire proof brick buildinfr, we are prepared torecelre
and dispose of Island staples, such as Sufrar, Rice, Syrups, Pull,
Coffee, kc, to advantage. Consignments especially solicited
for the Ore it on market, to which personal attention will be paid,
and upon which cash advances will be made when required.
SAN FRANCISCO REFERENCES i
Chas. W. B nooks & Co., Badger & Lir.denburg,
McRuer & Merrill, J as. Patrick Jfc Co.,
Fred. Iken, W. F. Coleman At Co.,
Stevens, Baker ti Co.
PORTLAND REFERENCES i
Allen & Lewis. Ladd & Filton. Leonard & Oreen.
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA,
Corner of Washington and Battery Sts.,
rMII8 BANK IS OPEN FOR THE TRANS
- action of a General Banking business. M'ill receive de.
posits, attend to the collection of Paper,' and draw Exchange b)
TELEGRAPH or otherwise, on 'New York, London, Dublin,
tfC., Sic, on the most favorable terms.
D. O. MILLS, WM. C. RALSTON,
San Francisco, July 5, 1884. 42S-Jm
WIIE COPARTNERSHIP IN THE RANK-
ING BUSINESS heretofore existing between Eugene
Kelly, of the city of New York, and Joseph A. Donohoe, Win.
C. Ralston, and Ralph S. Frets, of San Francisco, under the
name or EUGENE KELLY & CO., New York, and DONOHOE,
RALSTON & CO., San Francisco, will cease on the Erst day of
July, 18C4, Eugene Kelly and Joseph A. Donohoe withdrawing
from the copartnership.
The business will be settled In New York by Eugene Kelly,
and In San Francisco by Wra. C. Ralston and R. S. Frets.
Depositors are requested to hand in their books for settlement
at the banking house of Donohoe, Rakton if Co.
Per J. A. Donohoe, Attorney.
JOSEPH A. DONOIIOE,
WM. C. RALSTON,
R. S. FRETZ.
San Francisco, June 13, 1S04.
The undersigned calling attention to the foregoing card, giv
notice that they will continue the business of the above Co
partnership under the firm name of FRETZ k RALSTON,
until the Fifth Dat of Jcxt, 1S6I, when the same witi be
transferred to THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA,
whose official circular is hereunto annexed.
WM. C. RALSTON.
It. S. FRETZ.
San Francisco. June 13, 1864.
THE BANK DF JUIFOM!
INCORPORATED UNDER THE LAWS OF THE STATE.
Capital Stock, (paid up in Gold Coin,)
With the Privilege of Increasing to
A. J. POPE.
! HERMAN MICH ELS,
j GEORGE II. HOWARD.
ASA T. LA WTO 2?,
WM. E. BARRON,
JOHN O. KARL,
J. WHITNEY, Jiu,
O. F. GIFFIN,
II. F. TESCHEMACUfcR,
A. II AY WARD,
A. B. McCREARY,
R. M. JESSUP.
A. C. HENRY.
J. C. WILMERDINO.
ALPHEIS BI LU
II. W. CARPENTIER.
D. O. MILTJ? PrraldeMl.
WM. C. RALSTON, Cn.hier.
Correspcsdests is Nkw Your. LEES It WALLER, No.
33 Pine Street
Correspondents tx Lojtdojt. BANK OF LONDON.
The above namal Corporation has been organized for the
purpose of carrying on the Banking and Excfaauge business,
in all its branches, in this city and with the Interior of this
State, the neighboring State and Territories, and with Mexico;
also with the Atlantic cities, Europe, China, and the Et
Indies for which they are provided with ample facilities.
With the view of giving to the businew of the corporation all
the efficiency and promptitude of a private banking Bnn,
together with that confidential seclusion of private business
matters so generally desired, the immediate management tif Its
affairs is committed exclusively to D. 0. Mills and Wra. C.
Ralston, as President and Cashier respectively, to whom, cr
either d them, the customers of the Bank will apply on all
D. V MILLS,
JftHN O. EARL.
J. B. THOMAS,
A. J. POPE.
O. F. GIFFIN,
W. C. RALSTON.
JAMES WHITNEY, Jiu
Sao Francisco, July 6th. ISM
For sale by x
A27-23J H. M. WHITNEY. Ji