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Anion? the Gold Gamblers.
The eulyoined account of a visit to the gold
ramblers of New York is from the Washington
Repullicttn. The time consumed in its perusal
will not be unprufitably spent :
New York, July lUth. I felt like studying
human nature in its worst form, and stof-j-ed in
among th fcoM gamblers yesterday. Thty form
a wry p."Cular and distinct cla-H of jrrsoii;.
Daily they crowd int-j a little ro-jiu, Porus twenty
by thirty feet, in-Exchange Plaw. Other throng
and block the si-lewalk. Here in this little ro-;u
yort will Cnd the men who have most t tay
against arbitrary ftrreits and the? ffOernm?r:t,
while daily struling tt destroy the nation's
credit and give 'strength and influence to the
vnny. This little ronn wan crowded lieyond its
capacity ; the noise and confusion was bewilder
ing. Such was theanxk'ty to s-c the gold reacli
SOU that each advancing step on the ecale from
its starting point up to l'JS was received with
acclamation of joy. The laws of demand uu'l
supply had nothing to do with this quick rise in
the price of gold. The whole thing was purely
speculative, controlled and managed by the vilest
of means. There are men here who would have
sent up shouts of joy over the downfall of their
country, and, indeed, sold it cheajier than Judas
did bis master. A majority of those men are
persons of the meanest description men you
would not associate with for an hour heartless,
soulless, characterlefs. The balance are men it
would bo a libel to call Americans. They are
men who have hung upon the outskirts of Ex
change Place for years, gaining a living by
means not the most reputable.
Tho Herald has several times charged that
the?e gold pamblers were aided in their w icked
projects by Southerners in New York. I was not
inclined to give much attention to this charge
until yesterday. What I taw satisfied me that it
was correct. In this strange group I at once
recognized the faces of seven or eight men famil
iar to me in the outu us secessionists ol the
rankest kind. These men have a double purpoee
here. They seek to make money out of our mis
fortunes and to add strength and power to tho
rebellion. They have not the courage and man-
' lines to take the field in front. They ckulk in
the rear, and make our free cities the center of
tbeir work of destruction. Here, first among the
gold gamblers, I recognized the busy, restless,
discontented fire-eater of 1850, who was ready to
go mad becauee the South did not secede then.
Jlere, too, I recognized the rampant destruction
ist of lUGO, whose only capital consisted of a
etronge mixturo of ignorance and eelf-compla-ceney.
We had met before and knew each other
well. At home their occupation was gone. And
now they Iiad transferred their energies, and
were flourishing in the great commercial metro
polis of the free States. Think of it, men of the
free States, patriots ! These men are here to
distress the oor, to deetroy the credit of the
nation, to give information to those pirates
destroying our commerce on the seas, and to give
aid and strength to the enemy. Despicable as
the gold gambler will appear hereafter, these
men work a more dangerous influence on society
at the' present time.' They study to find out where
the nation's vitality lies, and they aim the keenest
daggers at it.
J could not help asking myself how long men
on a similar mission to the rebel Capital would
escape the halter. Their conduct here was un
mistakable. All their energies were bent to
giving a fictitious value to gold for political pur
poses. Never before did I f-el so strong & desire
to use arbitrary power. I wanted the means to
arrest every one of these vagabonds and send
them in a body sen. e where where a refurm in
their political morality could be worked out.
And yet what a bowl would go forth agaiiiht
arbitrary arrests did Lincoln but punih these
men as they deserve, and as men similarly en
gaged would be punished in the South. For
such an act of justice Lincoln would most likely
be held up ad a despot by the World and Journal
of Commerce. Juugo Barnard (the friend and
companion of Een. Wood) would read another
homily on constitutional liberty from the bench ;
Belmont, the Jew, would get indignant, and
Barlow, the Christian, would want to get up a
denunciation meeting. And yet 1 am of opinion
that any right-minded and patriotic citizen of
New York, the merchant particularly, would
heartily indorse any measure Lincoln might adopt
for the suppression of this dangerous enemy in
our rear even to sending the whole gang of
gold gamblers and their Secesh friends to air
their avarice for three months in the old fort
down the harbor. What are these men but ene
mies who stab us in the back, while the more
manly carry on the work of destruction in our
.front. Seeing what I have since I came to New
York, I begin to think that this sighing and cry
ing over constitutional liberty is the greatest
bugbear ever raised even in New York. 1 would
not give much for the constitutional liberty that
would be vouchsafed to the weak if such men as
August Belmont, Alpliabet-Barlow, Watts Sher
man and Judge Barnard were strong. The
quality of its apostles is the true index to ti e
principles of a party.
Bjc I have wandered from the geld gamblers.
The d d rebels find they cannot beat our army
in the field, and they have sent other fellows here
to destroy the credit of the Government at our
own door. This is only a part of the game they
have played from the beginning." This was
said by an old friend who accompanied me into
the room of the gold gamblers. He had lived
many years in the South, and recognized the men
I have described above. Like myself, he felt in
dignant that such men should be permitted to
freely exert such a dangerous influence at our
own door. How cad to think that so many of
our greatest interests must be endangered, com
merce paralvzed, the poor made to suffer, and the
vitals or the nation stabbed, and all through the
bad influence of this small clique of heartiest,
eoullc&s and characterless men. How sad to
think that while so many of our noble soldiers
are pouring out their life blood for their country,
a mere Corporal's guard of miserable sharpers
are permitted to assemble every day in this free
city to give strength and comfort to the rebellion !
Yes, these men are permitted to fix daily a stand
ard on gold ; and to this standard, fictitious as it
is very often, all the great interests of the coun
try are now made to bow.
New York merchants have no sympathy with
these gold gamblers, whom they have come to
regard as an intolerable nuisance, deranging,
and in some cases ruining their business. The
high-toned stock broker would not be seen in
the gold room, and would not think of associat
ing with the gold gamblers. Both, however, are
compelled to yield to the standard the gold gam
bler has it in his power to fix to the precious
metal. That pDwer, so dangerous to the dearest
interests of the Government, should be taken
away from him, even if the strong hand of arbi
trary power had to be called in.
f am inclined to believe, however, and I find
that the opinion prevails here to a very consider
able extent, that these gold gamblers receive aid
and encouragement from influential persons out
side. Indeed, I have more thin once heard the
names of such men as Belmont, Watts Sherman,
Barlorr, and others of tho same pretentious class,
mentioned as encouraging the: gamblers in
their work of destroying the credit of the nation
and distressing the poor.
N ACTIVE TRUSTY MAX TO DELIVER.
MILK in lhi aty.
IMP SNUB BEFIJERI !
SUGAR AND MOLASSES FROM THIS
iafc!.ihmrr.t for sale In qasnti'Je to suit purchasers by
:5 3m ALDRICH, WALKER CO.
Iteiuui'kablc Destruction or
Caterpillar In Orchards.
Those of our readers who cither havo fruit
trees in their gardens, or who cultivate large
orchards, will learn with much gratification
that a certain instrumentality of destruction to
caterpillars has been discovered. That coal oil
will cause instant death to these pests, has been
J roved beyond all doubt. On Saturday last, a
etter was received at the Leader office, fo: pub
lication, from one of our subscribers, an exten
sive farmer in the township of Clerk, stating
the fact that, as a last resort, to endeavor to
destroy the caterpillars (which had almost taken
entire 'possession of the tree in his orchard) he
experimented with coal oil. Complete success
attended the exj-eriuient. A brush of etiff
feathers was made and portions of tho trees
smeared with the oil, in addition to (.lacing a
fmall quantity on the netts. Instant death en
sued. The proprietor of the L'atUr at once
tested the oil on his trees at Glengrove Farm,
Yonge street, where the caterpillars had collected
in thousands, doing fearful damage. In a couple
of hours one quart of it had cleared the orchard
completely of caterpillars. The dead lay around
in all directions. The effect of the oil on the
pests seemed miraculous ; there was no long
delay to undergo, for one touch of the deadly
substance to the nests ppread desolation in all
directions. This is, certainly, a cheap remedy,
as well as a sure one, and all our subscribers
troubled with caterpillars hhould adopt it. To
OSTON SUGAR CURED HAMS,
Philadelphia hams, Boston moss freer,
lor sale fry
Ma IJOLLL3 Sf CO.
LOLLES tr Co.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOR SALE BY
PAINTS AND OIL!
TCNGLISII WHITE LEAD,
M-J Fafnt zinc, sc., &c, sc.
Best Englbh boiled paint oil.
For 8.ile by
liOLLL'S k Co.
Sperm and Polar Oil
OR SALE 15 V
BOLLKS & Co.
Oners For Sale
AT HIS LUMBER YARD!
OX TIIE CORNER OF
Queen and Fort Streets,
Consisting in part of
yOR WEST PINE,
NOR WEST BOARDS, Rough;
NOR' WEST BOARDS, Tonsut-d mid
NOR WEST SCANTLING, nil ;
NOR' WEST BATTENS.
RED WOOD BOARDS, Roub;
RED WOOD BOARDS, l'liim.l;
RED WOOD BOARDS, Pin uvrf, Tong nr.!,
nud Grooved ;
RED WOOOD SHINGLES,
RED WOOD POSTS, PICKETS,
-A.ri.il a Oojuploto .A.6oitiiiei.t of
Doors. Windows, Sash. Blinds & Nails.
.A. U'in.G Assortment or
-A. Clioice -Article of
English Boiled Linseed Oil, iu
I and G Gallon packages.
WE OFFER FOR SALE
The Cargoes of the Barks
TsT. S. PERKINS!
C 0. SIST .VG OF
V"ORTII WEST BOARDS.
North Went Scantling, nil ize;
Tougued & Grooved Bonrda,
1 and 1 1-4 inch.
La lbs. & Feof Pickets.
We have also Received
Per Late -zViiiArils; !
Rc Iwoo.1 thingles.
Redwood tongued nJ grooved boards,
Redwood larface planed boards and planV,
Redwood siding, Redwood posts,
Hedwoood rough boards.
HAVE ALSO ON HAND
A Large Assortment of
CLEAR WHITE PIXE BOARDS and PLANK !
White Lead, Zinc Paint, Oils,
Xnint;s of till lriritlis,
BRUSHES. DOORS. IVLYDO ll'S, BLI.'DSt
Kastern I anl C foot Clapboards,
3Ja11s and nil ls-ixxcls of
BUILDER'S HARDWARE !
"Wall n?apei (New assortment.)
LEWERS 6. DICKSON,
LUMBER YARD 05 7o.it. Kisrt
avd .Mp.cbat Streets.
PLOUGHMAN'. WHO UNDERSTANDS
2.. the mauageinent of Oxen
three men to cut wood.
and Horses. ALSO Two
By J. II. WOOD.
THE DESIRABLE DWELLING
premised, in Fort St., now occupied by DANIEL
FOSTER. Esn- Title fee sircile. lernis
For further particulars inquire of
H. M. WHITNEY.
For Hult? I
A Very Fine "CIIICKERING"
1'IANO. ALSO A RILLlAllb TAbLK.
Ft 'y trad a piano-i
ture of l'IANO:.
'iano-mal'er, and Lariat;
-nee in U.e miinufac-
otlire his services
jfr the rrpairiiitf and tuning of pianos, aud guarantees satufac
iuu to all entrusting tli"ir work to him.
Ord.-rs Kft at Mr. Fischer's Cat icet Shop in Hotel St., will
In; promptly attrnded to.
EST KAUAI FIREWOOD.
4 Zi -3m
LANDS FOR SALE.
ANY OR ALL PERSONS WHO
orich tA r.nrrhn.. nnv of the hereinafter nipn-
JL.'UL tiontd 2llinlfi or any part thereof, had
better come immediately to the undersigned. The following are
the list of laudd for sale :
Alaenui, Ahupuaa, Kipululu, Maul.
Mumuku, Hi llonokawai,
KapunaLea, Ahupuna, Lahaina, "
l'a.iko. 8 Ajiaoa, " 44
Panaewa, 5 " "
Akiatole, 3 "
Kuhoa. 7 " "
Kuht.lilea, 1 "
Hanakea, Aina Kula, "
Karuanotii, Ahupuaa, Kona, 31 olokui.
Kapualei, " 4i 44
Kamueli, 44 44
Wawaia, 44 44 44
Hakalun, Hilo, Ilawaii.
l'apaikou 44 4
The two lat named lands are suitable for planting supar cane.
Topether with several house lots in the city of Lahaina, and
CATTLK and HORSES at Molokai. The improvements on
the lands at Lahaina, are to be sold separately.
Warranty deed to be given as soon us the money is paid.
I'er order of Ltvi Uaalulea.
429-lm J. W. II. KAUTVA1I1.
II. MUD & ('II.!
Expect to Keceive
The Following Goods:
Men's sa-ldle. complete
l'ost bridlea '
Kaw hide whips
Rarrels prime pnrk :
Half barrels dried apples
lto.e3 tobacco 44 AVellers"
linxes tobacco 4 I'ride of Orleans"
Shoe black injr, large size
Spirits of tuqientine
M.iyiiard A: Noye's writing ink
1000 Barrels New Oil Casks!
Whalemen's spades, Whalemen's lances
Nest? trunks, I'alin leaf hats
t'anl matches. PreserreU meats, 2 lb cans
Whale line. Patent charcoal irns
Hunt's hati:heU, Hunt's axes, handled
Cut nails, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, CO, C01
Men s calf sewed boots.
Men's thick V. . hoots
Irn's kip brogans, Women's J. L. boots. .
WILCOX, RICHI11S & CO !
Expect to Arrive
From NEW BEDFOED, Mass.
The Following List of
r- WHICH WILL BE OFFERED FOR SALE.
AT LOWEST MARKET RATES!
C TON'S STEAMBOAT COAL,
- 9 lOO Cnnlis CnuiberlniKl Conl,
OIIj SIIOOIvS, Old und Xcw;
Whale UouU, Vnwl Ilonlx, 1 Lmuiicli
150 Cases Kerosene Gil !
Oar, all sizes; Mast hoops. Jib hanks, Rowlocks,
Boat timbers, Boat knees, Trenails, Wedges,
Boat nails, Boat boards, Ruffs and clinches, Copper tacke.
Coopers hammers. Drivers and anvils,
Heavy drawers, Shirts, Pants, Pea 'pfcets, Sacks,
Stocking, Blankets, assorted sizes?E colors,
t-lieath kDives, Sea loots, Brogans, rumps,
PAINTS OF ALL KINDS!
Paint Oil, Black Varnish, Naptha,
25,000 Sugar Shooks, 14 gallons!
Store linings, Card matches.
Sperm candles, Nests tubs, 3 Hoop pall?,
Nests willow baskets, Corn brooms, Wash boards,
2 Open Wagons, I Dog Cart, 1 Carryal,
1 Light Wagon, Setts Harnesses,
Ileins and Halters.
AMERICAN BEEF and PORK!
11 SSS t. HizCN.
Hoop Iron for Sugar Kegs ; Powder,
California Lime, Bricks,
Hawaiian and California
Hemp and Manila Cordage all sizes,
Ynclioivs and Cliain
Full and Complete Assortment
II. EAGEFELD & 00. !
Expect to Arrive in September,
THE HAWAIIAN BARK
EYKRir.A ED !
With au Assorted CAEGO of j
DTZ Y GOODS
Two blue prints
Turkey and yellow prints
l'ink and yelluiv pruns
ILL NEW AND DESIBABl K
Large and Small
Fancy ehei k prints
Mourning muslin. Fancy printed jaconet
Yietori.- lawns. Tape cluck musliu
Bobiuct mosquiti netting, Wl.ite c( ttons
Krown cottons, lliotvn cotton drill, White cotton drill
Imitation linen drill
Ulue cottons. Heavy denims
lied ticking, ilickry stripes
Ira'. bleacheil anl unilenched moleskin
Ulack Orleans, Black slpacca
liiack coburgs, Colored coburgs
Checked cohurrs, Fancy stripes
Check poplin. White flannel
Blue twilled Saxony flannel
Fancy and striped flannel
Blue, black and green l:9tinr, Union damask
Linens, Woolen pantaloon stuff
Casinets, Blue and black broadcloth
Bunting, ml. white and blue; Barege, for veils.
Printed jaconet handkercheifs
I'rinted ctton haiuikercheifs. silk finish:
A large assortment of silk combs and foulards
Turkey red and yetlnw handkercheifs
Bhick silk handkerchiefs. ti)k cravats
Blue pilot cloth monkey j ickets
White Cast:intre vests. Blue pilot cloth pants
Black alpacca oats, Black alpacca waterproof coats
A hirpe assortment f cottm pants
A large assortment of J wool pants
Blu- and black cloth pants, Cashmere pants
Cashmere coats. Cloth cloaks and mantles
llickoiy shirts. Printed regatta shirts
White cotton shirts, White cotton shirts, linen Imisoids;
White cotton bhirts, fancy printed bosoms &c,
Blue and red flannel shirts
Fancy flannel shirts
Brown, white and pink cotton undershirts
Fine Limb's wool undershirts
Uiiuriiscy frocks, Oeunrsey drawers
Heavy woolen socks & stockings
Scotch and Glengary caps
Heavy sea boots
A large assortment of XIats and Caps.
Men's mixed socks
Men's brown cotton socks
Mei.'s bleached cotton socks
Men's grey and Lamb's wool socks
Men's h-avy woolen socks and stockings
Ladies white and blaek cotton hose
Children's cotton stockings.
Ladies' side saddles
Iron tinned bitts
Iron tinned spurs
Best hemp canvass. No. 00, 0, 1 to 7
Heavy raven's duck. Light ravens duck
Best Russia hemp cordage, 14 to 4 Inches
i-punyarn. Seizing stuff
Marline, Housing. Log line
Hemp sail twine, 2-3 thread
Manilla cordap, 1 and 1 J inch
. , . , t li.00 barrels oil shooks,
Oil BhooKS, j 600 barreis new ahooks,
Zinc paint. White lead
Paint oil, Bed lead
Venetian red. Yellow ochre
Chalk, Black paint
C Oak boat. 1C, lo.C, IS, 19, and 22 feet long
Genuine Kau de cologne.
A large assortment of
Foolscap and Note paper,
A large assortment of Blank Books,
Best Knglish fencing wire
Iron tinned fauejiiins
Iron pots. Saw files, Copper tacks
Shot, Jews harps
Cocoa-handled butchers knives 5 to 7 inches
Sailors ix-eket-knivea. Steel scissors
Needles o. 1 to 5 in tins Go 5 M
' Tailors thimbles.
Hoop irmi J to 11 inch
Copper wire cloth for centrifugals,
Crockery c& Glassware
lute granite ilinner setts complete
44 " 4 toilet srtts 44
44 " foot baths
44 " Mugs and Bowls
" 44 Cups and Saucers
Cut bar tumbler
English pie fruits, in quarts;
Knglish pickles, in pints;
Currants, in jars;
Raisins, in J and i boxes;
Sardines, in I and I tins;
French Vanilla chocolate
Cod fish in quarter boxes
Wine vinegar in cases
Saltwater soap, Wax tapers
Crushed sugar in hlf bbls
Wine vinegar in demijohns
I7Ia!t LI2Bioi Wines, &c.
Best London porter 111 quarts and pints , -
Best Ot nnan ale in quarts and pints
lltuU (2rnui;hl ale
Claret in casks
lock in ca
et in ca?e
Gin in cases
Brandy in casks. Bitters
Champagne in quarts
pints Ruinart prre et fils
and pts Jacquesson ct nu.
Grey, blue, green and sea Viet blankets
Oil carpeting, tapestry cutpeling
larpet lags, bhick silk crfcpe
Black silk umbrell is. l.l.ck cotton umbrellas
Ladies' and Gents' silk :nd kd gloves black and color'd
Linea Huckabuck towel fs Rnsia crash
Bed quitts. velvet silk nd sai!n bonnet ribbons
Black silk hat ribbons. 4 Berlin wool
Black and fancy colore.. Ostrich feathers,
Ivorv tooth combs, Bud'"'0 dressing combs.
Hair brushes, metal and7 bor Pant bun9
Fearl buttons, whi'e linefj
Suspenders, playing carl
French calf .-kins, walk '"8
Corks, cane seat arm c and 5
Sailors' looking glasseiK
Framed slates f
Tobacco pipes -
Mnok ing tob and borJer,
, 1 Birch brooms
Fire and arch brick
v raies vy Blacksmith'i coals in ca9ks
. S50 toDS bes uteam coali.
J. C. MERRILL
120-1 unci SOU California- Ntrtt,
AIO, AGENTS OF TIIR
San Francisco & Honolulu Packets.
Particular attention given to the sale and purchase of ujer
chr.udibe, shipt' business, suppltiag whaleshipi, negotiating
XT All freight arrivir.e at San Francisco, by or to the lio
oolulu Line of Packets, will W forwarded fhi-.k of commission.
JZ, Exchange on Honolulu Iwmght and sold. UZL
lers. Wtirox, Richarks & Co., Honolulu
II Hackfi:ld Ac Co., 44
4 O Brkwkr-Cj.
44 Biltop i Co 44
I) f It W i)OD,t
Hon.- K. II. Am.es 44
1) C. WATtttMAS, Ksq., 44
T0BIW, MEAGHER & Co.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
Will TE C3UODS,
Linen and Silk HMk'ts.,
Ladies and Gei.ts Furaish-
We have on hand the largest
Pocket Cu lery,
Combs and Brushes,
Perfumery, Playing Cards,
Paper and Envelopee,
and best assorted stock on the
Taciflc Coast, to which we are receiving constant additions
We invite buyers to examine btfi-re purchasin;?.
All orders entrusted to u will receive our particular attention.
TOBIN, MKAdllKlt & CO.
219 to 2"25 Battery, corner Sacramento St.,
401 to 400 Sacramento Street, (up stairs.)
410-tJm San Francisco.
VVIGHTftiAN k HARDIE !
415 and 418 Clay Street,
IMPORTERS & DEALERS
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
Oil CLOTHS, 3IATTIXGS,
IvrI IIANaiNGS I
For sale in quantities to suit.
rpiIE SUBSCRIBERS XOW OFFER FOR
M. sale at Wholesale or Retail a large assortment of all kinds
of FARMING IMPLEMENTS, among which will be found :
?teel plows of all kinds anil 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, 50, 36 and 42 teeth,
OX Shovels or scraper, Corn shellers. Corn mills,
Farm mills, Portable flour mills, 16 inch, 18, 20x24 inch.
(Knch stone mmle 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 amd styles.)
Oxyokes and hows, (all sizes.) Churns, (all kin Is,)
Whiflle trees sets for 1, 2 or o horses, Trace and ox chains,
Spades, Shovels, Steel scoops, Hoes, Axes, Steel rakes,
Horse rakes, (all kinds.) Hay or Straw Cutters, (all sizes,)
Picks, Axe, Pick and hoe bundles.
Grindstones by c;isk or single, (all sizes,) Grindstone Hangings,
Plow trimmings, Moulds, Landtiides,
Points of nil kinds, Harrow-teeth, Horse powers,
Po: table steam engines, Reapers, Mowers, Threshers,
Horse carts. &c.
All of which we will sell at the Lowst City Price.
J 1). AKTHL'K & SON,
Imiiorters and Dealers.
4-7-Cui Cor. Davis and Washington sts. San Francisco.
OH AS. WOLCOTT BltOOKS, W. FRANK LAUD, EDWARD F. BALL, JB
WAS. W. UKOOKS k CO.,
Hlll'UWN PACKET UNE
if AVAii i n c. e I v rn vncrA
Tmi i f f i i a tvi 1 i is i 11 im h
OFFICII 5 1 1 Suiiomt' St.. corner Mcrrhanl,
PARTICULAR ATTK.VTIOX CIVEX TO
the Purchase, Shipment and Sale of Merchandise ; to For
warding and Transhipment of Goods; the Chartering and Sal
of Vessels ; the Supplying of Whaleships ; and the Negotiation
Exchange on Honolulu in suras to suit.
ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
Aldrich, Walker V Co
J A s. Hunkewell Esq., UoBton.
Hksry A. Pkikck, 44
IlCTLKK, SlE & Co., 44
Sittos k Co.. New York.
Fii-li & Rick, 44
H. Fogg A: Co., Shanghae.
C. I'.KEWEK & Co., c4
Hisnup & Co., 44
Tims. Spksckr, Esq., Hilo.
Ali mand y Co., Kanagawa
fJIIE COPAUTXERSIIIP HERETOFORE
B. existing lietween C. X. SPENCER, of Waiohinu, ancl
THOMAS SPEXi-EK. of Hilo. under the f:rm name of
C. N. SPENCER 6c Co., expired by limitation on
June 18th, C. X. Spencer being authorized to liquidate all
liabilities and collect all debts due said firm.
C. N. SPENCER.
Waiohinu, Kau, July 1st, 1S6I. 429 Cm
lO IMPORTED XEGRETTI
CffoiSV A. WIDKMANX, at Nawiliwili,
JLnlL. 42.3 Ot
Notice to Planters and Others !
'HIE LXDE"S1GXEI) HAVING KtiRageH
L the services of Mr. ROBERT STIRLING, an experienced
Civil and Mec'ianical Eojineer and Draughtsman, anl who has
hal elwen yt;;irs experience in putting op Sugar Machinery
and con luctiri works of irrigation in Peru. i3 prepared to
furnish complete plans of all such works, with the improve
ments up to tho laU?rft date that have been tested, or that are
of unquestionable advantage. Mr. Stirling will, when required,
visit Kites fr 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.
Steam Biscuit Bakery.
Ml E t N D E RSIGXfi D WO U LD RES-
pt-ctfully inform bis fnenlsand the public generally that
The Honolulu Steam Biscuit Bakery
Being new in full operation, he is prepared to furnish
Pilot k Navy Ilread, Water Crackers,
And other descriptions of
All of superior quality and at
Prices to defy competition.
Parties furnishing their own flour for fchip bread, will have it
made up at the lowest possible rates.
SHIP BREAD REBAKED.
Orders from the other islands promptly attended to.
ROBERT LOVE Nuuauu Street.
XT Orders in Honolulu for shippiug to be left with Messrs.
Wilcax P.ichard & Co. 420-6nj
Victoria, Vancouver Island.
The IIox. Hrpsox's Bat Co
Messrs Iisl. Gibb & Co...
Messrs. Alirich, Walker it Co
Mr. J-iMfcS I. 1owsett.
31 and 33 RItOADWAY
DAKNTM W. FIELD. WILLIAM
ATTEXDSTO TIIESAI.Eniul FFRCllASP
on COMMISSION of all niervhundise. tfTers great i5
vantages for the purchase, in SA X FU X XCISCO of
French Wines, Cognac, French rreservn
AND FRENCH (JOODS!
Apent for the manuf:icture of CEMENT OF WXICU.
CEMENT OF FIRST QUALITY. ALWAYS OX Horn
427-3ui 4 Battery Street, San Francisco.
JANI0N, GREEN & RHODES,
Viciorin. Vaufeurcr'a lalaud.
B. Particular attention paid to consignment of Snn,i-v
I., January 1, 1963.
EDWARD BOSQUI & CO.
517 Clay Street, San Francisco,
BOOK-BINDERS, PAPER RULERS
Account Book Manufacturers,
Illanli or nil kiucla I'rinlril ncitl Rulrd ! mj
3. GKIFF1TT3 MOROAS. C. P. HATHA WAT. tt. F. iTOSt
MORGAN, ST0aK & CO.,
Commission and Forwanlinp Mercliants, San Fraucisco, C-,
T. S. Hathaway Esa ItpdfoH
T. & A. K. Nye,...
ewift & Ferry
" Urinnell Minturn & Co., New York.
John M. Forbt'S Esq., Hcpton,
Messrs. Perkins & Smith, New London.
Daniel C. Waterman Esq Honolulu. '
J B. Richards.
Richards & McCracken.
HAVING BEEN ENGAGED IN OUR PRE.
sent business for upwards of seven years, and being
located in a fire proof brick building, we are prepared toreceirc
and dispose of Island staples, such as Sugar, Rice, Syrups, I'ulu,
Coffee, &c, to advantage. Consignments especially solicited
for the Oregon market, to which iersonal attention will be paid,
and upon which cash advances will be made when required.
SAN FRANCISCO REFERENCES :
Chas. W Bpooks Si Co., Badger & Mndcnburg,
McRuer & Merrill, Jas. Patrick Co.,
Fred. Iken, W. F. Coleman & Co.,
Stevens, Baker & Co.
PORTLAND REFERENCES :
Allen & Lewis. Ladd & Filton. Leonard k Oreen.
THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA,
Comer of Washington urnl Battery Sta,,
npiIIS BANK IS OPEN FOR THE TRANS.
action of a General Banking business. Will receive de
posits, attend to the collection of Paier, ancl draw Exchange hy
TELEGRAPH or otherwise, on New York London, Dublin,
&c, on the most favorable terms.
D. O. MILLS,
San Francisco, July 5, IS64.
WM. C. RALSTON,
fllHE COPARTXERSIIII' IX TIIR OAK-
INQ HUSINESd heretofore existing between Eugene
Kelly, of the city or New York, and Joseph A. Donohoe, Win.
C. Ralston, and Ralph S. Frets, of San Francisco, under the
name or EUOENE KELLY Ac CO., NVw York, and DONOHOE,
RALSTON k CO., San Francisco, will cease on the first day of
July, 18C4, Eugene Kelly and Joseph A. Uom-hoe withdrawing
from tho copartnership.
The business will be settled in New York by Eugene Kelly,
and in San Francisco by Win. C. Ralston and U. S. Frets.
Depositors are requested to hand in their books for settlement
at the banting house of Donohoe, Kali-ton if Co.
ECU EXE KELLY,
Per J. A. Donohoe, Attorney.
JOSEPH A. DONOHOE,
W5I. C. RAL310N,
R. S. FRETZ.
San Francisco, June 13, 1864.
The undersigned calling attention to the foregoing card, give
notice that they will continue the business or the alove Co.
partnership under the firm name of FRKTZ TiALSTOX,
until the Fifth Day of Jclt, 1504, when the same will be
transferred to THE 1I V.VK OF CALIFORNIA,
whose official circular is hereunto annexed.
WM. C. RALSTON.
R. S. FRETZ.
San Francisco. June 13, 1S6I.
THE Ml OF CMJF011!
INCORPORATED UNDER IDE LAWS OF IDE STATE.
Onpltnl ?5tocjJ-c, (paid up in Gold Coin,)
With the Privilege of Increasing to
i A . .1. POPE.
Ifrkderick mi. linos.
GK0K1E 11. H lWAKD.
ill. F. TESCH E.MACIltR,
j MOSES ELLIS,
!A. n. Mccreary,
;r. m. jess up,
j A. C. HKNRY.
!J. C. W ILMKRDINO,
ill. W. CARPENTIER.
ASA T. I.AWTOX,
WM. E. IIARR0,
JOHN O. EARL,
J. WHITNEY, Ja.,
O. F. GIKFIN,
I'orilit iid, Orejoii.
D. O. MILLS
W.tt. C. RALSTON,.
C0RBESP0SDEST3 IS New Y'OhK. LEES it WALLER, No.
33 Pine Street.
C0RRE3P0SDESTi IX Lo.vdon. BANK OF LONDON.
The above named Corporation has been organize! for tb
purpose of carrying on the Banking and Exchange businesa,
in all its branches, in this city and with the Interior of thi
State, the neighboring SUto and Territories, and with Mexico;
alao with the Atlantic cities, Europe, China, and the East
Indies ; for which they are provided with ample facilities. .
With the view of giving to the business of the corporation all
the efficiency and promptitude of a private banking firm,
together with that confidential seclusion of private business
matters bo generally desired, the immediate management of itt
afftirs is committed exclusively to D. O. Mills and Win. C.
Ralston, as President and Cashier respectively, to whom, or
either of them, the customers of the Bank will apply on all
D. O. MILLS. ! J- B THOMAS,
A. J. fUl'K.
O. F. GIKFIN,
JAMES WHITNEY, Ja.
JOHN O. EARL,
W. C. RALSTON,
San Francisco, Jdj 5th. 1M