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u the Atlantic for August, Mrt. Stowe dis
course of ecooomr. , We find in the article the
fallowing deceripUon of false economy :
Ilere 5 a maa that will buy his wife a diamond
bracelet and a lace shawl, and take her yearly to
Washington to show off her beauty in ball
dreasea, who yet will not let ber pay wages which
will command any but the poorest and most in
eScient domestic service. The woman is worn
out, her life made a desert by exhaustion conse
quent on a futile attempt to keep up a showy
establishment with only half the hands needed
lor the purpose. Another family will give brill
iant parties, have a gay season every year at the
first hotels at Newport, and not be able to afford
the wife a fire in ner chamber in midwinter, or
the servants enough food to keep them from con
Tbe damp, mouldy, dingy cellar-kitchen, the
sold, windy, -desolate attie, devoid of any com
fort, where the domestics are doomed to pass their
whole time, are witnesses to what such families
consider economy. Economy in the view of some
Is undisguised slipshod slovenliness in the home-
4 circle for. the sake of fine clothes to be shown
abroad ; it is undisguised hard selfishness to scr
'. vants and dependents, counting their every ap
proach to comfort a needless waste, grudging the
ona Catholic cook her cup of tea at dinner
on Friday, when she must not eat meat, and mur
muring that a cracked, second-hand looking-glass
must be got for the servants' room ; what busi
c ztess have they to want to know how they look ?
Some families will employ the cheapest physi
cian, without regard to his ability to kill or cure;
' some will treat disease in their incipiency with
' quack medicines, bought cheap, hoping thereby
to fend off the doctor's bill, bone women seem
- to be pursued by an evil demon of economy,
'. which, like an ijni fatuvs in a bog. delights
. ' constantly to tumble them over into the mire of
expense. These are dismayed at the quantity of
sugar in the recipe for preserves, leave out a
.quarter, and the whole ferments and is spoiled.
They cannot by any means be induced at any one
time to buy enough silk to make a dress, and the
dress finally, after many convulsions and altera-
; , tions, must be thrown by altogether, as too scan
ty. .They get poor needles, poor thread, pwr
sugar, poor raisins, poor tea, poor coal. One
wonders, in looking at their blackened, smoulder
ing grates, in a freezing day, what the fire is
there at all for it certainly warms nobody. The
only thing they seem likely to be lavish in is
funeral expenses, which come in tho wake of
leaky shoes and imperfect clothing. - These fune
ral expenses at last swaliow all, since nobody can
i .dispute an undertaker's bill. One pities these
joyless beings. Economy, instead of a rational
act of the judgment, is a morbid monomania,
eating the . pleasures out of life, and haunting
them to the grave.
" -- - KEEP YOCR WIFE WELL INFORMED.
Economy is the science of proportion. Whether
a particular purchase is extravagant depends
v mainly on the income it is taken from. Suppose
a woman has a hundred and fifty a year for her
dress, and gives fifty dollars for a bonnet ; she
:. pves a third of her income it is horrible ex-
'trtvagance -while for the woman whose income
.,' is ten thousand it may be no extravagance at all.
.Thor poor clergyman s wife, when she gives five
"dollars for a bonnet, may be giving as much, in
proportion to her income, as tho woman who
. gives fifty. Now the difficulty with the greater
part of women is, that the men who make the
money and hold it, give them no kind of stand
ard by which to measure their expenses. Most
women and girls are . in this . matter entirely at
sea, without chart or compass. They don't know
in the least what they have to spend. Husbands
and fathers often pride themselves about not say-
Jnj a word on business matters to their wives and
slaughters. They don't wish them to understand
them, or to inquire into them, or to make remarks
-or suggestions concerning them. " I want you
to have everything that is suitable and proper,"
ays Jones to bis wife, ' but don't be extrava
gant." But, my dear," says Mrs. Jones, what is
, suitable and proper depends very much on our
means; it you could allow-me any epecinc sum
. for dress and housekeeping, I could tell better."
' Nonsense, Susan ! I can't do that it's too
much trouble. Get what you need, and avoid
. foolish extravagances ; that s all I ask."
ByAind-by Mrs. Jones's bills are sent in, in an
evil hour, when Jones has heavy notes to meet,
:. and then -comes a domestic storm .
I shall just bo ruined. Madam, if that's the
way you are going on. I can't afford to dress
Jron and the girls in the style you have set up
ook at this milliner's bill!"
I assure you," says Airs. Jones, we haven't
got any more than theSTXBBixsES nor so much."
V IM't. you know that the Stmbinses are
: worth five times as much as ever 1 was?"
- No Mrs. ' Jones did not know it ; how should
she when her husband makes it a rule never to
' speak of his business to her, and she has not the
remotest idea of his income?
Thus multitudes of good conscientious women
, and -girls are extravagant from pure ignorance.
The male- provider allows bills to bo run up in
his name, and they have no earthly means of
"judging whether they are spending too much or
too little, except the semi-annual hurricane
which attends the coming in of these bills.
The first essential in the practice of economy
is a, knowledge of one's income, and the man
who refuses to accord to his wife and children
this information has never any right to accuse
them of extravagance, because he himself de
prives them of that standard of comparison
which is an indispensable requisite in economy.
As early as possible in the education of children
they should pass from that state of irresponsible
waiting to be provided for by parents, and be
trusted with the spending of some fixed allowance,
that they may learn prices and .values, and have
some notion of what money is actually worth
And what it will bring.
The simple fact of the possession of a fixed
and definite income cften suddenly transforms a
S'ddy, extravagant girl into a care taking, pra
nk little woman. Her allowance is her own :
she begins to plan upon it, to add, substract,
multiply, divide, and do numberless sums in her
little head. She no longer buys everything she
fancies ; she deliberates, weighs, compiles. And
there is room for self-denial and generosity to
come in. Sho can do without this article ; she
can furnish up some older possession to do duty
a little longer, and give this money to some
-friend poorer than she ; and ten to one the girl
- whose Dills last year were four or five hundred
" finds herself bringing through this year credita
bly on a hundred and fifty.
To be sure she goes without numerous things
which she used to have. From the stand point
of a fixed income she sees that these are impossi
ble, and no more wants them than the green
cheese of the moon. She learns to make her
own taste and skill takes the place of expensive
purchases. She refits her hats and bonnets, re-
trims her dresses, end in a thousand bmy, earnest,
happy little ways, sets herself to make the most
f ber small income.
- ? the woman who has her definite allowance
tor housekeeping finds at once a hundred ques
tion t at rest. Before, it was not clear to her
WJ should not "go and do likewise," in
legation U every purchase made by the next
nhbor. Sow there is a clear logic of propor
i! vP?? "S1 widently not to be
thought of, thoughcxt neighbors do have them :
and we must resign ourselves to find some other
waj of hying.
HEREBT FORBID all PtrMatirmil..
so om om mj acecant without my written order.
. . (SirnM - . ACHTT.
HxooUfel. D. Sh, 1W - X ' 3M1y
A. Spirited Fight Between Two
Girls at Chnrcli.
From the St. Joseph Herald, ZHh.)
On last Sabbath, while church was being held
about six miles North of Albany, Gentry coun
ty, a party of the militia entered the place to
secure borees with which to enter the service un
der the call of General Fiek. A Union girl
promptly came forward and placed her animal at
the service of the boys, and also pointed out to
them another fine steed, which she remarked was
the property of a secesh lady friend of hers. A
Union trooper was soon astride of the contra
band," and was about to leave with him, when
the lady owner made her appearance, and pro
tested against giving him up. The Union girl
urged the soldiers to go along ; she had volun
tarily contributed her horse, and insisted that
the secesh horse should also do duty.
At this the rebel girl swelled up big with
wrath, and applied all sorts of opprobrious epi
thets to Miss Union, who, in turn, biled over,"
and while the steam was up, pitched in and
knocked her opponent flat on the ground, and
then jumped upon ber and pounded away at a
terrible rate. Dr. Wills, of that vicinity, finally
parted the Amazons, but they didn't stay parted,
and were soon blazing away at each other again,
accompanying their blows with screams of defi
ance. Their gay Sunday dresses were soon in
shreds ; long, beautiful tresses of hair were mixed
with blood from dainty noses, etc The by
standers, despairing of puttiog an end to the
row, formed a circle, and seated themselves to
enjoy the exhibition in regular prize-ring style.
The combatants fought long and well, until Miss
Union seized Miss Secesh by the throat, and suc
ceeded in stopping her wind, when she fell to the
ground and gave up the battle. The parties were
then duly cured for by their friends.
There is no fiction about this. It actually oc
curred at the timo and place related above, as
several of the Gentry boys now hero can testify.
TIIF. DESIRABLE DWELLING
tirrtniv. In Vort St.. now nncunied hv 1ANIK.L
dJL FOSTER, Era. Title fee simple. Terms easy.
tor farther particulars Inquire or
29-2m II. M. WHITNEY.
MOMlf SIM REFISERY !
Jl'CAR AXD MOLASSE FROM THIS
3 establishment for sale in quantities to suit purchasers hy
425-3ra ALDIUCII, WALK Kit & CO.
EST KAUAI FIREWOOD.
Painkiller, Painkiller !
AVINVOICE OP PERRY IAVIS PAIN
KILLER, Jtwt Beceired and for sale at S3 OO per
GEO. C. 3IcLEAN, Nuuanu St.
Orders from the other Islands punctually attended to.
ROOM and HALL PAPER!
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF ROOM and
HALL PAPER in very handsome patterns and various
colors, iii quantities to suit purchasers.
for saJo at coat prices by
413-lm II. IIACKFELD k Co.
Honolulu, Oahu, H. X.
Tliis Hotel !
I the Largest and Best Arranged
On tlie Group !
4 BOARDERS WILL BE FURNISHED
with the BKT the market affords.
X'ISL Lodircrs will flud LARGE AIRY ROOMS well fur
nished, and all may rest assured that ihe Proprietor will use
erery exertion to please.
SAMUEL A. LOLLER,
. 430-Sm Proprietor.
STOVES and TINWARE!
GEORGE 0. SIDEES
Offers For Sale a Large Assortment of
Just Eeceivcd per Late Arrivals,
Which be wIU sell cheap for Cask or Afprotkd Crsdit.
Complete .Vsiiortment or
TINWARE, SHEET 4BXN, sc
SHIP work and PLUMBING doue
- ' with' Neatness .and Dispatch
Plb.19: Call osr Ms Baross PracHAsisto ' Eucwsen.
Craer of Frt and Kins; Street.
FAK1ILV MARKET !
This Favorite HSXarket
is now managed
By HVOr. T. Price,
So long and well known to the
Epicureans of Honolulu,
IT 13 SUPPLIED WITH
From the Best Herds.
SADDLES and HAUNCHES of MUTTON
Or BARONS of BEEF, Served to Order.
CORNED TONGUE AND DEEF !
Sausages and Tripe !
Prepare la fne Mmi Cartful Manner.
Oeoem rrvcTrAU.T Attrtdu to, a Cjuied to akt
Past cr Hohoixu; ob Waikiii. .
IX CONFORMITY WITH A NOTICE
received at this Office from the Postmaster or dan Fran
cisco, the U. S. rata of postage from these Islands to the
United States is raised from three cents to ten cents for every
letter weighing not more than one half an ounce, and ten
ceou additional for erery additional half ounce or fractional
half ounce, which rate must be prepaid, and will be leTied at
this Office from the day following the publication of this notice.
The rates to be charged will be as follows t
not more than
U. S. Haw. Ship
Postage. Postage. Postage. Total.
10c fc Zc 17c
20c 10c 22 33c
50c 15c 2c 47c
40c 20c 2c 62c
adding; for every additional half oonce or fractional half ounce
tea cents V. S. Postage and five cents Hawaiian Postage. The
Ship Postage of two cents is added only once on each letter
D. KALAK ACTA, rmitmuln General.
Tl-motaln, fieptunbrr lflth. 18ft. 4-14-lro
IIIJ,!:!! IIS A CO.!
Expect to Arrive '
PER HAWAIIAN BARK
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
NEW AND DESIRABLE
Consisting in part as follows :
EXGL.ISII FANCT PRINTS, New Style!
Englirh pink and yellow prims,
iiglih two-blue prints,
-t English black ami white prints,
y I Brown cotton,
Cottoo pant stuff.
Bleached and self moleskin,
Black and blue broadcloth
Mousseline, checked and fancy,
Clothing? stud Hosiery
.Blue pilot jackets.
Blue serge drawers.
Deiiiin frocks and pants. . n-
Brown merino socks,
do do. Undershirts,
White, pink and striped undershirt,
Brown and mixed gent's socks,
I -ailies' and misses white stockings,
Men's white cotton gloves.
Buckskin, cloth, flannel and cotton pantaloons.
Cassimere and blue flannel sacks, Black cloth coats,
Saddlery, Cutlery and
Eoglith hogBkin saddles,
Ladies' do. saddles,
Imitation hogskin saddles.
Pocket and pen knives,
Table knives and forks, .
Assorted files and rasps, .
Scissors, Percussion caps.",
Double barreled guns,
, , Enameled saucepans,
Uoop iron. .
Vinegar in bottles and demijohns,
Currants and raisins izi glass, . . . " '
Citron peel in gla,
White soap, c.
Beers, Wines & liiqiiors
GERMA.V PALE ALE, in quart
XORDIIAUSER BRAXDYVI.VE, in cm sea
Fine OLD COGNAC, in ensri
Fine OLD JAMAICA RUM, Iiicbmi
Genuine HOLLAND G I X.
. CIIERRV CORDIAL,
The following assortment of genuine and choice RUIKEWINE,
Oeisenlaeimer, 1859 '
. JJ-ixdeslieimei', 18o7 T
Assorted blankets Union blankets
Grey blankets Bed guilts
Scotch plaids Luuin's Extract
Linen thread, Cotton sewing thread
Hessians 40iu., cotton towels
Brooks' spool cotton '
Talbot's spool cotton
Woolen table and pianoQorers,
Drawer and gilt frame looking glasses I
Paperbags, Clay pipes, black silk umbrellas
Black silk cravats, black and colored silk bat ribbons,
French silk corahs, 4
Playing cards, 1
Gilt frame wiirrors,
' " Toy
Linseed Oil, boiled and raw,
PER HAWAIIAN BRIG
Capt. M. Holing,
Extra fine broadcloth,
Twilled blue flannela, " '
. Aasor'd clotliing,
" Ladies' eiLk veils,
Ileup sail twine,
Andr. Mailer's LAGER BEER,
94 1-2 per ct ALCOHOL,
Beat Eng. COPTIXO IXK.
LAMP CIIIM.VETS fr Kersteae Lassps,
PRINTING PAPER, '
43.V2&1 ' " .
H. HACKFELD &C0.!
Expect shortly to Arrive
THE HAWAIIAN BARK
With an Assorted CARGO of
Two blue prints - -
Turkey and yetlow prints
Pink and yellow prints f ALL Sw asd DtsnuBLB
Mourning prints STYLES,
Fancy prints i La sea asd Small
Fancy check prints J PAT TERN 9.
Mourning muslin. Fancy printed jaconet
Victoria lawns, Tape check muslio
Bobinet mosquito nettiug. While ctttons
Brown cottons. Brown cotton drill, White cotton drill
Imitation linen drill
Blue cottons, lleary denims
Bed ticking. Hickory stripes
Drab, bleached and unbleached moleskin
Black Orleans, Black slpcca
Black cohurgs, Colored coburga
Checked cohurgs. Fancy stripes
Check ioulin. White flannel
Blue twilled Saxony flannel
fancy aud striped flannel
Blue, Mack and green lasting. Union damask
N Ltneus, Woolen pantaloon stuff
Casinets, Blue and black broadcloth
Bunting, red. white and blue; Barege, for veils.
ilandlter cli lets
Printed jaconet hanikercheifs
Printed cotton hauOkerchcIf. silk finish:
A large assortment of silk corahs and foulards
Turkey red and yellow handkercheifs 1
Black silk handkerchiefs. Silk cravats
Blue pilot cloth monkey jackets
While Cisl.m?re vests. Blue pilot cloth pants
Black alpocca coats, Black alpacca waterproof coats
A large assortment of cotton pants
A larg assortment of wool pants
B!uf and black cloth pants, Cashmere pants
Csi.huiere coats. Cloth cloaks and mantles
Hickory shirts. Printed regatta shirts
White cotton shirt, White cotton shirts, linen bosoms;
White cotton shirts, fancy printed bosoms &.C.,
Blue and red flannel shirts
Fancy flannel shirts
Brown, white aud pink cotton undershirts
Fine Lamb's wool undershirts
Guernsey frocks, Geunrsey drawers
Heavy woolen socks St stockings
Scotch and Olcngary caps
Heavy sea boots
A large assortment of Hats and Caps.
Men's mixed socks
Men's brown cotton socks
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 stockings.
Ladies' side saddles
Iron tinned bltts
Iron tinned spurs
felt saddle cloths.
SHIP Oil AlVIMEIfcY
Best ht-mp canvass. No. 00, 0, 1 to 7
Hravy raven's duck, Light ravens duck
Best Russia hemp cordage, to 4 inches
Spunyarn, Seizing stutf
Marline, Ilnusing. Lor line
Hemp sad twine, 2 4- S thread
Manilla cordage, 1 and 11 inch
., , .. I 1200 barrels oil shooks,
Oil shooks, J barrels new Buook9t
Zinc paint, White lead -
Paint oil, Kxl lead -
Venetian red. Yellow ochre
Chalk, Black paint
fl Oak boats. 16, 16.0, 13, 19, and 22 feet long
Hawaiian Flags .
Genuine F.au de cologne.
A. large assortment of .
Foolscap and Note paper,
A large assortment of Blank Books,
Best English fencing wire
Iron tinned saucepans
I ron pota, &r tiles, Copper tacks
-r- " Shot, Jens harps
Cocoa-handled butchers knives S to 7 Inches
bailors pocket koives. Eteel scissors -
Needles No. 1 to & in tins (2) 6 M
Hoop iron to 1 inch
Copper wire cloth for centrifugals,
Croclcery & Olasswsire
White granite dinner setts complete
" " foot baths
" M Mugs and Bowls
Cuj and Faucers
Cut bar tumblers
Grey, blue, green and scarlet blankets
Oil carpeting, tapestry carpeting
Carpet bags, block silk crape
Black silk umbrellas, black cotton umbrellas
Ladies' and Gents' silk and kid gloves black and color'd
Linen Iluckabuck towels, Russia crash
Bed quilts, velvet silk aud satin bonnet ribbons
Black silk hat ribbons. Berlin wool
Black and fancy colored Ostrich feathers.
Ivory tooth combs, Buffalo dressing comb 3,
Hair brushes, meal 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
Foda ash in casks .
Pipe clay in casks
Kaolin in casks
Blacksmith's coals in casks
350 tons bes steam coals
&c, kc, &c, 4 is-2m
English pie fruits, in quarts;
English pickles, in pints;
Cod fish in quarter boxes
Wine Tinegar in cases
Saltwater soap, Wax tapers
Currants, in jars;
Raisins, in and J boxes;
Sardines, in t aud J tins;
French Vanilla chocolate
Crashed sojar in hir bbta
Wine vinegar in demijohns
Malt JLiquor, Wines, &c.
Best London porter in quarts and pints
Best German ale in quarts and pints
Uhds draught ale
Claret in casks
Benicalo in casks
Hock in cases
Claret in cares '
Brandy In casks. Bitter. Ginincasea
" Champagne in quarts and pints Ruinart pere et fils
4S.3m Cnarapange in qts and pto Jacrooii et fil.
JANION, GREEN & RHODES,
Vieteria, VaitWwWs I a! send.
M. B. Particular attention paid to consignments of Sand Trie
Island Produce. .
Victoria, V. I., January 1. 1S63.
cha. woLcorr bbooxs, w. frank la dp, kdward fvwall, j
CHAS.-W, BROOKS & CO.,
AGENTS FOR THE
HftWIUlW PACKET UME
IIA1 AII I V
JVZ II II 1111 III I AT VII 1
OFFICE 5i I SasmeSi.f csrner Merchaili
PARTICULAR ATTENTION GIVEN TO
the Purchase, Shipment and Sale of Merchandise j to For
warding and Transhipment of Goods the Chartering and Salt
of Vessels ; the Supplying of WhalesUips ; and the Negotiation
Exchange on Honolulu in euras to 6uit.
ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS.
Aldbjch, Walkbr It Co ,
Bksj. F.Ssow.Esq., -C.
Brewer & Co..
lUsnor A Co., "
Tuos. Spscko, Eq., Ililo.
Ali.masd if Co., Kanagawa.
IJ as. HcssewsLL Esq., Boston.
HUSKY A. Pbircb, 44
BCTL8X, SISB & JO.,
Suttos & Co.. New York.
Field At Rick, 44
11. Fooa & Co., Shanghae.
riHE SUBSCRIBERS NOW OFFER FOR
JL sale at Wholesale or Retail a large assortment of all kinds
of FARMIXQ IMPLEMENTS, among which will be found
Steel plows of all kinds and siscs, by case or 10 each or single,
Cast plows, all sites, 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, 30, 38 and 42 teth,
OX Si-.ovels or scrapers, Corn shelters. Corn mills.
Farm milld. Portable flour mills, 16 inch, 18, 20tt inch.
( Each stone made of one piece of the best Burr stone,)
Vine, Lard and Cider presses, Hay or Cotton presses.
Cotton gins, Garden seed sowers, (small and large Site,)
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, (all sites,)
Picksy&xe, Pick and hoe handles.
Grindstones by cask or single, (all sizes,) Grindstone Hangings,
Plow trimmings, Moulds, Landsides,
Points or all kinds, Harrow-teeth, Horso powers,
Po: table steam eugines, Reapers, Mowers, Threshers,
Horse carts, &c.
All of which we will sell at the Lowttt dtp Prices.
J. i). ARTHUR & SON,
Importers and Dealers.
4 27 -Cm Cor. Davis and Washington sts. San Francisco.
J B. Richards.
Richards & McCracken,
HAVING BEEN ENGAGED IN OUR PRE
sent business for upwards of seven years, and being
located it. a fire proof brick building, we are prepared to receive
and dispone of Ielnnd staples, such as Sugar, Rice, Svrups, Pulu,
Coffee, kc, to adv&ntige. Consignments especially solicited
for the Oregon market, to which iMsrsonal attention will be paid,
and upon which cash advances will be made when required.
Sjy FRANCISCO REFERENCES t
Chas. W. Bpooks & Co., Badger & Lindenburg,
MeRuer & Merrill, J as. Patrick & Co.,
Fred. Iken, W. F. Coleman & Co.,
Stevens, Baker k Co.
PORTLAND REFERENCES t
Allen & Lewis. Ladd k Filton. Leonard & Green.
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE
OAHIT 89 KATE LORETA VALENTINE, Complainant,
vs. JUHir ll. vauer 'fin tferennani. Action Drought
before the Honorable K. O. Davis, Associate Justice of the
Supreme Court, at Chambers, upon petition this day filed in the
Supreme Court or the Hawaiian islands.
SUMMONS to JOHN H. VALENTINE, defendant,
greeting : You are hereby summoned by order of the ' Hon.
R. O. DavM, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, to be and
appear before the said Judge at his Chambers in the City of
Honolulu, island or Oanu, within twenty days alter the expira
tion of five months Yoin the date of this summons, to show
cause why Kate Lo eta Valentine, complainant, should not
recover a judgment ar.J decree of this Honorable Court Divorc
ing her, the said complainant, from the bonds of matrimony
now existing letween the Baid Complainant and John U. Val
entine, defendant, on the grounds of desertion, all Which is fully
set forth in 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 fur the relief therein demanded.
Witxess the Honorable Robert G. Davis, Associate Justice
or the Supreme Court, at Honolulu, this 26th
day of August. A. D. 186. -
J NO. E. BARNARD,
Clerk Supreme Court.
ORDER The above summons is hereby ordered to be pub
lished in the Pacific Cummercial Advertiser of Honolulu,
Hawaiian Islands, at least once a week tor ' five consecutive
R. O. DAVIS. Justice Supreme Court.
R. II. STANLEY, Attorney for Petitioner.
Honolulu, 2dth August, 1864. 431 -5m -
THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE
existing between C. N. SPENCER, of Waiohinu, and
THOMAS SPENCER, or Uilo, under the firm name of
C. N SPENCER Sc Co., expired by limitation on
June 19th, C. N. Spencer being authorized to liquidate all
liabilities and collect all debts due said firm.
- THOMAS SPENCER,
C. N. SPENCER.
Waiohinu, Kau, July 1st, 1864. 4 2 J -3m
AMERICAN DRY GOODS!
C. BREWER Cc CO.!
Will receive per Haw. Ship I0LANI,
White cotton thread.
Ate, &c SiC; fce.
.- 432 6t
PER HAWAIIAN SHIP
1 IOLANI !
M. W. GREEN, Master.
Due in all September,
j O. BREWER & Co. 5
LACK AW A N A STEAM COAL,
Canal barrows, Prime pork,
Vinegar, Corned hams,
Pilot bread, Saddles,
S. W. soap.
A Large Assortment of GROCERIES
KAOLIN, HAND CARTS,
PINE SHOOKS, CART AXLES,
OAK PLANKS, WHALE BOATS.
M-et ....... ,
Victoria, VancouTer Island.
REFER TO '
Tm Ho. HciMoa'a Bat Co Victoria, V.
MeMra. PAaL.Qiaa Co....... .....San Franc laco.
Messr. Aunurn, Walxsb At Co ..Uoo!a).
Mr.JAMK; I. Dowstt da
B. VV. FIELD,
31 and 33 BROADWAY,
oa COMMISSION of all nerchnIUw. Offer preu 44.
nuHjLgcm for the purchase, la SAN FltANClSCO of . .
French Wines, Cognac, French Preserve
AND FRENCH GOODS t j
Ageot for the maauftwrtore of CEMENT OF BENICIA.
CEMENT OF FIRST QUutLITi ALWAYS ON UAN&
427-3m 24 BKry S-'reet, San Frmnctow.
emvADn nn.Qnin a rn
O00K-OINDERS, PAPER nULEUj
Account Book Manufacturers, .
Blanks full klad Printed atad Raled tany
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S. ORirriTTS IIOBOAN. C. 8. HATHAWAT. ' ' B. W. ITOKI
MORGAN, STONE & 0.,
Commission and Forwanling MerchauU, Baa FranelMo, Cf,
T. 8. lUthaway 84.... .......Ntw Bdftwj
Mesur. T. k A. R. Nye "
t Swift & Perry "
" Griiuiell Minturn Co., New York,
John M. Forbes Esq.,. ........... .... Boston,
Messrs. Perkins k Smith, ................New LotisW
TOBIN, MEAGHER & Co.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
WHITE GOODS, TANKGB NOTIONS,
Hoa-'ery, Gloves, Pocket Cutlery,
Linen and SOk U'dkYs., Combs and Brushes,
Embroideries, Laces, . Perfumery, Playing Cards,
Ladies and Gents' Furnish- Fancy Soaps, ,
Ing Goods. Paper and Knrelopes, '
Hoop skirts, Milinery Goods, ,
Spool Thread, . Straw Good. .
Sewing Eilk, Ribbons, '
sc., kc, ka.,
We bare on hand the largest and best assorted stock on tb
Pacific Const, to which ve are reoeiring constant additions
All ordeni entrusted to ns will recelre onr particular a'tentio.
' TOBIN, URJ! 0 HER A CO.
219 to 22S Battery, corner Sacramento St.,
401 to 400 Sacramento Street, (up stairs.)
410-6m San Francisco.
TUB COPARTNERSHIP IN THE BANK
ING BUSINESS heretofore existing between Eufetie
Kelly, of the city of New York, and Joseph A. Donoboe, Wta.
C. Ralston, and Ralph S. Fretn, of San Francisco, tioder the
name of EUGENE KELLY & CO., New York, and DONOHOE,
RALSTON A CO., San Francisco, will cease on the first day of
July, 1864, Eugene Kelly and Joseph A. Donohoe withdrawing
from the copartnership.
The business will be settled In New York by Engene Kelly,
and in San Francisco by.Wm. C. RrJston and R. 8. Frets;
Depositors are requested to hand In their books for Mttiemeat
at the banking bouse of Dooohoc, Ralston 4 Co. "-ik
EUGENE KELLX .
Per J. A. DoooJioe, Attorney.
JOSEPH A. OONOH0E,
WM, C. RALSTON,
R. S. FRETZ.
San Francisco, Jane 13, 1864. - J
The undersigned calling attention to the foregoing card, girt
notice that they will continue the business of the above Co
partnership under the firm name of FRETZ to RALSTON,
until the Fifth Dat or Jclt, 1804, when the same will be'
transferred to THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA,
whose official circular is hereunto annexed. . 1 -
. WM. O. RALETGN.
San Vr&niiiuv. .InnA 18. IRfli.
Tl MM OP CIHl!
INCORPORATED CMER TEE UWS Of TEE STATE.
Capital Stoclc, (paid up In Gold Coin,)
With the Privilege of Increasing" to
San Francisco. '
I A.J. POPE.
I. O. MILLS,
WM. C. RALSTOV,
R. 8. FRETZ,
J. B. THOMAS,
LOUIS Sic LANE.
ASA T. LAWTON,
WM. E. BARRON.
JOHN O. EARL,
J. WHITNKY, Jb.,
O. F. GIFFIN,
UtUKUB II. H'JWAKU,
U. F. TE3C HKMACH KB,
A. II A V WARD, .
A. K. MrCRKART, ' '
R. M. JBSSUP,
jSAMUEL KNIGHT, ,
A. J. li S Kjl ,
J. C. W1LMBRDING, -ALPHKUS
II. W. CAR PEN TI 101.
Portland, Oregent ' '
JACOB KAMM. - "
I mimmm '
0. O. MIL.TS President.
WM. C. RALSTON, Ca abler.
Correspondents in New Toiia. LEES At WAtXEKNo.
33 Pine Street. ' " " "
Corkespondests is Losnow. BANK OF LONDON"'
The above named Corporation has been organised for the
purpose of carrying on the Banking and Exchange 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 East
Indies tot which tliey are provided with ample facilities. '
With the riew of giving to the business of the corporation all
the efficiency and promptitude of a private bankicg firm,
together with that confidential seclusion of private business
matters so generally desired, the immediate management of its
affairs is committed exclusively to D. O. Mills and Wm. C. '
Ralston, as President and Cashier respectively, to whoso, or
either of them, the customers of the Bank will apply D all
business matters. '
I. O. MILLS,
LOUIS McLANE, .
JOHN O. EARL,
W. C. RALSTON.
J. B. THOMAS, '
THOMAS BELL, .
A. J. POPE.
O. F. GIFFIN. '
JAMES WHITNEY, Jju
San Francisco, July 5th, ISM.
.AJSTD FOB SAJL:E
Honolulu Iron Worfcs!
A NEW ASSORTMENT OF
BRASS STEAM COCKS,
Brass steam ranges. Iron elbows,
Superior lap weld boiler tubes.
Beet bar iron, round and flat ;
Best bar steel, round and flat ) . '
Sheet iron, Sheet steel,
v- Wrought iron piping1. -
. . . Emery cloth. White-tow,
Hem p tow, Flax packing,
And BLACKSMITH'S COAL fa Caski,
and gnaraaleeil ta b f the Best Q.Mllfr
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