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I K'.pU.-ED GERMAN LOAN Uk OSK THOUSAND MILLIONS.
A j.ropiiion has In rectiv! by the Secre
tary cf the Tn-ury fruiii tiie k-adin linkers of
Hamburg, fr a I jun to tl.e enoriiiuus extent of
odo thousand millions cf dollars. Startling, at
first, a.i this amount xuay appear, it is neverthv
J.h an absolute offer.
The terms u-n which it is j.rop J t make
tMluari are coniJc-reil very u.Jruita---oui, and
it may he stated that they inert with much fa,r
from the Govern mnt. It i- .rj-v?J that th:
lonn nhall be f.,r K.-vtiry-IIv year., at ari int-.-ro.-t
tf thre; i;r cent. Th; mvdiciL are to he made
twenty per cent, in coin. tu jer nt. in United,
fctate currency, and wtenty r-er cent, in out
t'anding obligation of thu United Statr?. It is
projKeii t di.-j-jec of the whole amount amng
th: ple of the Continent of Kurope n th,;
I rinei I-f premium loai;.-, tho jrincij al tu ho
n irubur.'d t- the holders during the lat f rty
live yearn of the term, in equal t-emi-annual in
ttIIiuent., the Government raying the current
interest, premiums and i rinvipal, which would
require but fifty millions j.-r annum duriug the
term of the 1 ran seven ty-fiv years. It ha.i not
yet been decided whether tbid loan thrill he ac
cepted. It will, of ours., require an act of
Congress to complete the mutter, as twenty yAiir
bond are the Lrgf,t that can b i.-ued und'-r
existing acts. There will he ri difTieuIty in ob
taining the neceary legislation t-hould the loan
be accepted, and its effect ur.m the finance. of
the country will he iimiitli.tt-Iy rpp!irent, as it
vill at once rreate a demand fr (luvcriiimiit
eecuritieM which will enhance their value, and
enable the Treasury to dispose of a f-iifljciciit
amount upon advantageous terms to tupply it
iieertitit?-. It will alj withdraw (rum circula
tion a hundred millions of greenback?, which
will, of course, diminish the difference in value
between currency and gold. It may he regards
a nearly a certainty that the proposition will he
accepted. It 19 believed that it will rctult in an
tarly return to epecie payments.
OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF THE NATIONAL DERT.
The official statement of the national debt on
th 30th of Augu?t, shows the amount outstand
ing to be 1,878,505,234, and the interest, in both
coin and lawful money, 77,447,122, or an in
crense of the public debt since the 2d of Au?u?t
of 53,073,0u0, and of interest 1,029,000. The
debt bearing interest in coin is now $889,899 ,4(.2;
the debt hearing interest in lawful money, 409,
197,000 ; the debt on which the interest has
ceased, $257,470 ; the debt bearing no interest,
519,111,207. The unpaid requisitions are 78,
791,000; and the amount in the Treasury, 17,
159.518. It further appears that since the 2d of
August the six per cent, bonds under the act of
July 17 and
August 5, 18G1, exchanged for
have increa?ed to the extent of
that the eeveii-tiiirtv-thrce years
notes under the act of July 17. 1801. have been
reduced about the tame amount, and the hx per
cent, certificate of indebtedness under the act of
March 1, 18C2, increased nearly 23 .000 COO.
EXTRADITION OF MILLER TO ENGLAND.
I wrote you aliout the German tailor, Franz
Mailer, the man arrested here on the arrival of
the chip Victory from Iondon, as the murderer
in an English railway car of Mr. Iirigg?, the
tanker, and throwing his body on the track
while the train was in rapid motion.'
ThU case ha9 excited a painful interest in both
countries, not from any morbid sympathy with
the prisoner, -who is a young man, not yet thirty
years of age. but in the horrible circumstances
connected with the eoimni-ion of the foul deed,
the murderer's escape to thi country by a bailing
veswl, as above, and the arrival here, by steamer"
ut several prominent English detectives, in ad
vance of the id.ip. These det.-ctiv.-8 bad full
authority to charter moimc Ktiglish vessel in port,
sail outside the harUjr, waylay the thip Victory
beyond our neutral water?, and return willi the
criminal by either the chartered vct-sel or in eome
.English vessel outward hound, for I,ivcrjool r
Southampton, from this j-ort. liy fo doin. they
would avoid any of the vexatious technicalities
which the law here might throw in their wav for
jeeuring the prisoner.
The detention of the Victory leyond neutral
grounds, the charter of an English vessel in the
frrt of New York to effect Mullcr's capture, and
is return to (treat Ilritain by the outgoing
English vouc!, would all have taken place at na.
The relatives of the murdered Mr. IJris author-
aea uiem 10 undergo tni.s cxjente. 1 he-detective,
however, as soon as they arrived hre, find
ing that the authorities would heartily cooperate
with theui, changed their entire programme, and
with the prompt assistance of our Superintendent
of Police, succeeded in securing tfeir man with
out any delay or trouble, us noon as the Victory
arrived in the harbor, and thus paved the csjcnse
which thev thought they would incur at the
Ktart. Mailer was apprehended, but the evidence
against him was eo conclusive that the order of
extradition was soon after made out, signed bv
ecrtary Seward, and, on Wednesday evening
next he U to Ikj conveyed back to England fur
Cnal trial. The watch" of the murdered man,
h hat, and teveral articles of value, lesides
bonds and notes on the Rink of England, which
were sworn to as belonging to Mr. Uriggs and in
his rssesf-ion at the time of the murder, were
found in the prisoner's possesion at the time of
arreft. The Inpector of English detectives, who
came over and had the matter in charge, has
been eo astonished and gratified at the assistance
he ha received, and courtesy shown him by our
authorities, that he has made an official acknowl
edgment of the same, presented those of the- Xer
York detectives who furthered his views fifty dol
lars each, and premised similar assistance on the
jart of the English Police in apprehending
American criminals who escape hcrcatter to the
It is Buch acts as these that do more to cement
the friendly relations existing between the people
tf the two countries, than tiio formal relations
of titled Ambassadors. Steam and lightning are
capital detectives. There is no escaping" the
celerity of movement of cither.
Eating .11 cat in Summer.
The beef-eatera of Xew York have recently
punched the speculators and middle-men" bv
uppeasing their appetites with fish, vegetables,
and farinaceous food, in preference to eating
meat. Many prominent physicians declare thai j
a meat diet at this season is positively iniurlou I
to health, producing disease and death, whereas
a few ounces of meat made into a oup, with
plenty of vegetables, is the most wholesome diet
any one can subsist upon.. We quote the opiniou
o! the New Y'ork p -,ieians :
"Drs. Draper Mott, Parker, Markoe, and
others, irho piefor to give honest opinions, that
will present sickness, rather than impewe upon
the yublic by false etatemente, agree on this,
one of our most eminent physicians says that,
commencing with May and ending with Septem
ber, he restrict the members of his family and
all bis i-atients to two ounces each of animal
food ir day, requeuing them to use freely during
the summer months the vegetable products nature
Uviabctf upon ua so abundantly. lie has kept,
during twenty years or more, "a rteord of the
mortality in the families of those who followed
hit advice, and estimates the deaths in the meat
eating families as about four times more numer
ous than in the households of thase who curb
the,r desires for animal food during the summer
months, subsisting entirely upon a farinaceous
and Tegetable diet."
any one co njyacrtantwittoTitmr written r !er "
Honotulj, D.. 9?b, np.?.
I In Africa there are two kinds of cannibalim.
j The one is sacrificial, and is performed by the
J priests, whose office is to eat a jiortion of the
: victim, whether man. goat or fowl. This cus
! torn, prevalent among many ancient nations, is
! still octant n many parH 1 .ortri nine a,
especially in the Delta of the Nig'-r. j
j The other is simply an act of gourmcnlisr. ,
' A cannibal is not neo-ssarily ferocious. He
J es.t3 hia fellow savags not because he hates them, !
but r-ecau; lie hkes them. A craving for meat,
1 to which the natives of these parts are subject, j
: auu i-jr wnicn, in an ineir uiaieci mere is a
: spt'cial teim, may first have suggested the idt a;
but I am rather inclinrd to b-Iieve that it i a
; practical extension of the sacrificial ceremony.
( Neither the wom-n nor the young men are
j allow.-d to touch theduinty; it i reserve.1 Ty
: the patriarchs, and the le ad, which i- pupposed
to contain a grand fetish, iails to tne King
! Although the missioiiark-s had mixed a
j deal with the Fans, they told me they had never
, cot a clear confession of cannibalism from one
j of them, though they had no more doubt that
the Fans ate men than they had that they ate
plantains. It was not however denied of the
tribe, but only of themselves as individuals.
Thus the natives of village A would deny stoutly
that they were cannibals, but they would accuse
the villagers of 15. The villagers of I! would
diaow n the soft impeachment, and denounce the
natives of A as cannibals of the most con
firmed order. Similar answers had been returned
to me by the Fan slaves whom I had met with
umong the Iiush trib-s of the Muni. They did
not eat men, but the other people of their tribe
I resolved to exercise a little finesse in the in
vestigation of this matter, and after I had
pked th villages which had previously been
inhabited by white men, I called a veteran can
nibal to me and questioned him alxut the eople
heyond the mountains to the East. Did they j
eat men? Oh yes. they all eat m-n. And he
ato men himself. He volunteered this statement, j
and bur.-t into a loud roar of laughter, in which j
we all joined very heartily. I asked him if man i
was good. He replied with a rupturous gesture '
that it was 44 like a monkey, all fat."
I then wished to It-arn the class of persons he
had leen in the habit of discussing, lie said,
only prisoners of war ; that some of his friends
were in the habit of eating witches condemned
to death, but that for his part he did not think
them wholesome. The best of it was that he
thought I was a canuihal too : a belief which is
universal among the bush tribes of Western
Africa, and of which the slave-trade has been
the cause. I rememler that when I was in
Cam ma country, a llakeli slave, who had been
brought down from the far interior, and who
had never seen a white man before, squatted be
fore me, with his great, round, prominent e3'es
on my face, mouth wide open. At hist he
heaved a trasn of wonder, cryimr. And are
thefe the men that cut
us ?"' Win wood licadt's
STOVES and TINWARE !
GEORGE 0. SIDERS
Otter for Sale a I.uige Assortment of
Just Received per Late Arrivals,
Which l.u wiil sell ch- ap for CASa or Am-kovki Ckkdit.
.A. Oinplto Vfr!scr1m'iit of
TISWAKE, SHEET IRON, e., etc.,
Mill WOItK and rM'.MIUNC doue
with Nfatnt-ss and Iisia tcli.
VirxK Call s Ml lln-.-iii: l'iitcn.;Si' Elkwhkhe.
Corner of Fore :ind Kin"; Str--l.
STOP AXDBE1D THIS!
And Selected with Great Oaro !
FANCY GOODS FOR THE LADIES'!
3Ion?s, Women's and
CHILDREN'S BOOTS & SHOES !
WHICH WILL BE S0LI AT THE
The. Assortment Consists of ;
LA I) IRS AXI) CHILDREN'S HATS.
a complete assortment of Children's boots and shoes,
Alpaca, Koui::: combs.
teii front over shirts,
A Complete Ar?portmont ol
Plated Spoons, Forks, ic.,
Nails, 4d and 8d.
3 Inch liutt?, &e.
Datis Pain Killer, in ease?;
Nichols' IVruvittn Hark aod Iron,
Also. Just Received bv
L X O Xi j. 3NT X ! ??
A Large Assortment of
IS ot i ?.
rwiHE rOI'ARTNKRSHtl' IIKRF.TOPOKK
m xtiung it-twvii C N. SeK.NCM:, ! W.iK.tunu. !
THOMAS srK.MT.K. of Hi! ., un.l. r die t'.rm name t,t
C X. M'K.VCF.U 5i ., f5;,;rM .y Im.itition on
Juup ls:h. V. S. S n.-tr .u:h'Tizi ij LuMaie a'.l
liabi!.tifs &:! cjV.::'. all iK-l tj lu.- s.ii I t.rt.i.
C. N. STENCEU.
Waifjhinu, Kau. July lit, 1564. 4J0-3m
AN IXVOIfK OF FKKRV I.VS 1'AIV-
fm. KILI.KI:, Ju-t H-ci-ive.l aaU fur sale hi a t p r
OKo. C. M" LEAN, Nuuai.n St.
OnJiTi r.-Mii ile cth r il.m i-t pnu.tu.i:i atu-ndvj t .
i"tl; evil i in , -
...... . ..............
in nuaaiities to t-uit by
lii'cct Irosit the
Orders from the Other Islands
promptly attended to.
The Assoi'tmoiit Oon.its of
:L'M SlIF.f.I.AC. ARNICA I'LASTER.
l.isoni ?:il(s in u;tJ i;i?kaije?, liussii s:i1ve.
Hair 1 ve, Caehons.
liffiri'-.l s-ultjietre, Cor.ix,
Citrate of Munei;i,
CMorale of lime,
A great variety of tneJicinul
ILiiul mirrors, Iemon syrup,
Silver soap, Ilamburi; tea,
feiillitz powilei ,
Fish's hair restorative,
Mrs. Allen's huir wash,
l!ay rum, Castile snap,
ujierior lonjr a:id tine combs,
Col liver oil,
Hall's balsmu for the lunps.
Grafenliurif eye w.-it.-r,
ilo I'ills, ilo. i:itters,
A S.irire a:i.l choice a-sortmnt
Ilutniewel's cough remcly,
Wistar's iKiNam of cherry.
tJenuine Itole's hyfierion fluiil,
Geiiuinc Contar's rat poison,
osmetics. Essential oils,
liertfamot, Cininvmon, &c ,
Alchol for meilicinal anil me
New patent nurse bottle.
r....r- . 1;. r. 1
French capsule, suinrior article l'ainkiller.
Trusses, Castor oil without taste, a Tery
Tiiorn's extracts, choice article,
Mrs. Winslow's syrup, Ftrychni io,
Ir. Sweet's relebnteit Finiuient, Assorted sponjres,
Ferfumcil toilet jK.wder. 1'utT boxes,
India rubber .'yririjes. all sir.es; Cocoa butter, -c-, tic.
Hollo way's pills and ointment, Arnica plaster.
A ureal variety of pills,
The Very Choicest and
TOOTH BRUSH E?. HAIR BRUSHES, NA1I
tor sale by
t3l-3m E. HOFFMANN, M. 1)
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
BY TIIE HAWAIIAN BARK
! ' E V 11 11 II A ED,'
J Cait. J. KLI'.Mii:,
! The Following" Assortment of
j Desirable English, German and
i jTTVeiieli G oods !
I lit part consisting of
BLACK, CIIEKV, ISROWX AM liU'K
plain Cot'iir.'i and (Jrb'ans,
Jr-eii and brown figured oobiirs and Orleans.
Victoria lawn in pieces of 7 yards,
I'ritited twills. Muslin de lain. s black and figured,
Uarofrc for veils, Cashmeres, plain and tt'-'iired,
Blue twilled lianncl of il;tr r ut ipialitii s,
lllack and Iiltic Hroadcloth,
If. Billiard C loth,
JIair 'Ioth, IIors Hair,
Molo-kin while in 3 ilifTerent qualities.
White -hirt!iiirs, Blue denims. Brown cotton,
In bah? assorted, all larjre t-ize, " Inches by 90, white, b!u. i
oraiiu'e, preen ami scarlet. ;
BUNTING, Ulac, White and Scarlet.
A large and well assorted lot of cle'ap C'olton nutl !V ixctl
AISO Linen, Half Linen aud Wooleu Pant,
Superior all Woolen C;:shmere suits for
Coinp'ele Tweed suits assorted colors, W hite Marseilles Vests,
Pilot Coats and Jackets, Pilot Pants,
Cravats, s"lips. Merino while and prey half hose,
White and l)nwn cotton soeks,
Linen, cloth and sil' uiidershirtB and drawers,
Merino woolen undershirts,
Wliite shirt-, asorteil qualities.
WINES and BEER
Good Claret in ealv.s,
Ao'l a frer!i supply of the celebratcil and well known
And other Pure Hock Wines,
German Ale and Porter in quarts & pints.
Fruit syrups, I rest rved fruits,
Sardines, Westphalia hams,
IVtserred meats and (imes in i boxes,
iSest quality of tiermau crusheii susar in hif WJr.
Sausages, Green peas, (et:ts ois.x
Glass green only
ing cards. Great Mogul, thick and heavy:
Letter and foolscap paper, ruled;
lulls, lLivanna segars.
Wine and beer corks. Cutlery,
Window glass from 1x24 inches to 30x40 inches,
A few lady's saddles, Bridles ami bits,
German silver and iron tinned spurs.
Fancy goods, Children's toys, India rubber toys,
ALSO ON HAND
And Kcceivcd by Kecent Arrivals
ITVom. San Irancisco,
BESIDES THEIRJJSUAL STOCK !
l'l ii 1 Woolen travelling fchirt-".
Grey Cim.el shirts. White shirts.
j vonHOLT MEIJOfC
Hickory shirts. Cotbn and liter, drawers,
J'ieces grey fi.i,i:. l,
. Suilk d.-nims.
Rieacbec ac! bnwu cotton,
Rle ached and unbleached linen crash,
F.xilscap papt-r. Ink.
M rr rs in gilt frame'', IifT rent
Mirrors in black frames, J styles.
A very choice Assortment of
XJOOTS and S XI OESt
CFNlLi-UEVS CALF RO-JTS, DOY'a ROOTS,
CANADA TiES, RKOGNS,
LADY'i and CHILDREN'S GAITERS,
Also an Assortment of
Toughs, Horse hoes,
Ox yokes and bo.
Shovels, Sp ii2c. Iiunt's axes,
IVbwiJ arrows. Kc. ftc., 4-.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED
PHK HAWAIIAN BARK
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
NEW AND DESIRABLE
G-OOD S !
Consisting in part as follows :
7N(.'MMI FAXCV PRINTS. NewSlrlfNl
Kin;iish pink anl yellow prints,
l.ulisli t.vo-llue prints,
Knelish Mack and white prints,
Cotton parit stuff.
Llai k alpacas,
IMeached and seif moleskin,
lilaik anil blue broadcloth
Mousseliue, checked and fancy,
Clotliin sincl Hosiery
P.lue pilot jackets, '
lllue befge drawers,
Denim frocks and pants,
IJrown merino socks,
do do. Undershirts,
White, pink and striped undershirts,
Itrown and mixed rent's svks,
Ladies ;md misbcs white stockinjrs,
Men's white cotton plovee,
Ituckskin, cloth, flannel and cotton pantaloons.
Cossimero and blue itaiinel sacks, lilack cloth coats.
Saddlery, Cutlery aud
1 lard ware
English lioj-'skin saddles.
Ladies' do saddles.
Imitation hogskiu saddles,
W oolen girthing,
1'ocWet and pen knives,
ewinir ii'Jdlt s j
Table knives and forks,
Assorted files and rasps, !
Scissors, IVrcussiou caps. )
louble barreled puns, ;
Lnameletl saucepans, ;
Ilcoj) ircD. j
Vinefjar in Ix.ttles and demijohns,
Currants and raisins in glass,
Citron !eel in glass,
fa rd I tic.
White soap, &.c.
Beers, Wines A: ILiqtiors
EIIM.4X 1AI.K AI.K. in quart
X O It Oil A V S K It U 11 AM) V V I X 1 i u ri c
Fiiu- OLD Ctlt;XACr. in cusi-h
Fin.- OI.IJ JAMAICA RCM, incurs
G ii ui no II Ol. I. A XI) i I X'.
The following assortment of genuine and choice 1UIINLWINE,
Cotton sewing thread
ssiaus 40in., cotton towels
Rrooks' spoil cotton
Tali lot's spool cotton
Woolen table and piano covers,
Drawer and gilt frame looking glasses
IVaperbas, Clay pipes, black silk umbrellas
Black silk cravats, black and colored silk hat libbons,
French silk corahs,
Gilt frame mirrors,
Linseed Oil, boiled and raw,
Capt. . Noting,
Extra fine broadcloth,
Twilled blue flannels,
Ladies' Mlk veils,
Gents' pilk unilcrsLirts,
Hemp sail twine,
Andr. Mnller's LAGER BEER,
Ol 1-2 pr cl A1XOIIOI.,
Brit En. COl'VING IXK,
LAMP CHIMNEYS for Krroufne L.nios,
R. U. Jli'lM.iSALD.
J. C. JIFESCEB.
R. H. McDonald &. Co.,
AV holesnlo J) iii r ir i s t .s
li- II. r(VI)7iinll Go
Corner of SimMinr ninl I'itir M.
oTMK 1XCRKASIXO ItCSIXKSS OF
our t-slai'lisliui.-n:, toct tin r wi:h tt.c w;nU of Uie Tra-le,
liuve iiin.le ii inv-r.iy t. i j al-li!i a llousi- in the City
US .f S.iii Frrti-c.M. wh' r- we wiil te .e:sOil t- see au
timny i f our 1 11 Irii u is ruiil i u-toii.ers
jut-lit t.) oail U( ii us. We ket-(i
us can make it conve
nt bwth J-Iaces ; large
aud Will s-l'-cted st.-ik of
Mll o AM' MFliU'lN K l' vINT ANI OIL,
IKL"uS AN l MFl'It
MKXTS. J'ATKNT .MKlill'lN.
ItKKW Kll'B .V S PA STOCK,
MIIS. COKK. a larte variety;
H'LPKK.V I.OOY 15 P. ACES. AsSA V EK?" M Al Kltl A U
LAlUKs I! I AGEtf AND 1:1 KN IN(J Ol FU"U)S,
srri'OKTEns. ri.As 1'Kit. fakis,
C.l M ELASTIC STOCKINGS, M AUliLE 11 ST,
Top-;tit-r with .1 l;ir;-e aiul omilete assortment of all GixhIs
ktpt in a wi ll supplied W holes.-ile I'ruj; Store.
We resjHH tfully solicit those iie;iliti in our line to examine
anl price our stin k 1-cfore l-urchasiiii; elsewliere.
" 11. 11. Mcdonald.
IIlrlvV3 IJEl'OUTIXG- IIOUSK.
R. H. MCDONALD & CO.,
Corner Piue anJ Sansome sts., San Fuaxcisco.
II. II. MrlJOXALI) &. Co., Dill (JOISTS,
We respectfully invite
l'rofessiou to our lar:
the attention of the lentaj
; aud complete assortment of
HENTAL AND tfl lUilOAL INSTRl MKNTtf, TKKTH,
Hold Foil. Forceps of all kinds, Dental Chairs. Hand and Foot
Lithes, Rrush Cotton and Corundum Wheels, Plupgers, Scalers,
ROSKWOOl) IF.XTAIj casks.
Vulcanite material Vuleanixers, Vulcanite ISase and Impression
Outta IVrcha. A large variety of VI LCANITE TKCT1I,
Scrapers and Packers; together with a larire and compute
assortment of all articles of the latest and most approved
styles of Vulcanite Work.
JL) O 3tl "t ex 1 X3 O O It IS .
We keep constantly on hand a supply of all the most ap
proved Standard Works on Ienistry. Our efforts will be to
keep a large and well selected stock of all Dental Material, so
that the Dental l'rofessb n may confidently rely upon having
their orders filled in the best possible manner.
437-oin R. H. McDONALI) & Co., Druggists.
; Richards & McCracken,
I ominissioii Merclnmts,
! lorlliintl, OiHon.
Bf AVINO IJKF.X KXA(JEI) IX OUR I'RK
O sent business for upwards of seven years, ami lieing
located in a fire pro-if brick huildin?, we are prepared to receive
and dispose of Island staples, such as Suear, Rice, Syrups, I'ulu,
Coffee, Vo., to .advantage. ConsiKiiments especially solicited
for the Oregon market, to which personal attention will lie paid,
ami upon which cash advances will be made when required.
S.4X FHAXCISCO RE'FEREXCKS
Chas. V. :pooks A: Co.. I!adi;cr A: Lindenburfr,
MeRuer A: Merrill, Jas. Patrick .V Co.,
Fred. Iken, W. F. Coleman Jt Co.,
Stevens, Raker A: Co.
PORTLJXIJ REFERENCES :
Allen A: Lewis. Ladd & Filion. Leonard & Oreen.
OIIAS. WOLOOTT BKOOKS, W. FRANK LAPP, EDWARD P. BALL, JA
CHAS. W. BROOKS fc CO.,
AOEX'TW FOR THE
HawanuM packet urn
OFFICE 51 1 SaiiwonieSi., rorucr Merrlinm,
fS . FJIAXCISCO.
ATTKXTIO.V (JIVEX TO
It 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 sums to suit.
ADVA.M'KS MAIIK OX COXSIGXMBXTS,
Ai.duicii, 'Vai.ker ir On ,
1U;nj. F. Snow, Es., .
C. i'.KKWKIl A: Co., "
r.i-nui' .V Co., "
Til IS. SPKNCKK, Esq., Hil'l.
Ai.i.mand if Co., Rauaawa.
.1 as.Hosskwkll Esq., Boston.
Henry A. I'kihce, 44
nt-Tf.hR, Sisk - Co.,
Sitton & Co.. New York.
Fiki.n ,cc Rick,
II. Foi;is A: Co., Shan'hae.
J. O. MK Kit I IX
IiO-I ;ml ! Culili'iiiii -:ti'o;l,
ALSO, AGENTS OF THE
San Francisco k Honolulu Packets.
Particular attention given to the sale and purchase of mer
chandise, ships' business, supplying whalesliips, negotiating
JTj" All freight arriving at San Francisco, by or to the Ho
nolulu Line of Packets, will be forwarded fi:ek of C'OMMiSclov.
J J Exchange on Ibmolutu bought and sold. -ftj
Messrs. Wilcox, Richahus v; Co.. Honolulu
" H liACKFKLD Jt Co., "
" C ItKKW BR V C-J.,, 4i
" lil.SIMF .V; Co. "
Dr. R. W. Wmin "
lion. E. II. Allen
1 ('. Watkismax, Esq., "
rUIF. SI; BSCRIKKRS XOW OFFER FOR
i sale at Wholesale or Retail a large assortment of all kinds
of FJRVIXG IMPLEMENTS, among which will Ix? found :
Steel plow of all kinds an I sizes, by case of 10 each or single,
Cast plows, all s:r ;s. SHe Hill plows, cast and steel, all sizes.
Horse hoes, expanding and reversahle teeth,
Cultiv;itors, double mould boanl and Shovel plows,
Hinge harrows, with '24, SO, 36 and 42 ti-eth,
OX Shovels or scrnpers, Corn shellers. Corn mills.
Farm mills. Portable- flour mills, 16 inch, 18, 'Mx2l inch.
(Kacb. stone made of one piece of the best Rorr stone.)
Wine, Lard and Cider prases, H.iy or Cotton pressvs.
Cot:n irins. Garden sei-d sowers, (small and large size.)
Wheel Barrows, (all sizes and style.)
Oxyokes and bows, (all sizM.) Chums, (all kinds,)
Whiflle trees sets for 1. 2 or 3 hor-s, Tr;c? and o chain?.
Spades, Shovels, Steel scoops. Hoes. Axes. Steel rakes,
Ht rse r;ikes. (ail kin Is.) Hay or Stra.v Cutters, (all sie,)
Picks, Axe. Pick and hoe handles.
Grindstones by c:isk or simrle, (all sizes,) Grindstone Hangings,
Plow trimmings. Moulds, Landsid-.-s,
Poiiits of all kinds. Harrow. teeth. Horse powers.
Po: table steaia engines, Reapers, Mowers, Threshers,
Hor-e carts, &c.
All of which we will soil at the Lowtxt City Price.
J I. ARtlll-R k SON,
Imnrters and Ikalers.
427-oia Cor. P.ivi3 ami Washington sts. San Francisco.
Honolulu, Oahu, H. I.
TTIiiss Xiotol !
Lanrest aitd Ucst Arranired
On the Group!
! HOARDERS WILL RE FLRNISHED
! u'i 'th th- REST the ci..rket affords.
1 -y. Ln.lg.-r will find LARGE AIRY ROOMS well fur-
i nished, and all may rest assured that the Proprietor will use
, every exertion to rlea.
S A Ml EL A. LOLLER,
I 420-3m . Proprietor.
; Sperm sibm! Polstr Oil !
70 R SALE II V
JTAITIi:8 C. CAVAIV.VGIf ,
SHIP C0MPR0D.0RE AND
Open fr 1I contract of Ships provision at tlie most a'cxlM-!.
rates. NAGASAKI, JAl'AX.
g. GRirFITTS MtfBCAS. C. 8. niTBAWAT. I.
MORGAN, ST0XK & CO.,
Commission and Forwriliii; Merchants, ?n Francisco r.-
T. S. Hathaway F.so
Messrs. T. ti A. U. Nve, ,
hwitt ,V Ferry ,
" Uriuneil Miuturn .V Co.,
.1 hn M. Forots Ksq ,
Messrs. I'erkins & smith,
lianiel C. Waterman Ksq
. . Ronton,
Commission Merchants !
Victoria, Vancouver Island.
Thk Hos. Ilrosos's IUt C
Messrs lUSl.. lilHB & Co...
Messrs. Alpkicr. Walkkr A: Co
Mr. Jamks I. Uowsktt
.Viotoria, V. I.
B. W . FIELD
31 and 33 BROADWAY,
4 27-1 y
JANI0N, GREEN & RHODES,
Victoria. Vancouver' Intmicl.
N. R. Particular attention paid to consignments of Sandwich
Victoria, V. I.. January 1. 1S63. 407-Iy
EDWARD BOSQUI & CO.
517 Clay Street, San Francisco,.
BOOK-BINDERS, PAPER RULERS
Account Hook Manufacturers,
I! In ii It of nil bintl I'riniril iiuil Ruled to ntiy
TOBlriHEACHER & Co.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers
win ri: goods.
Linen and Silk H'dk'fs.,
Ladies and Gents' Fur.iish-
Combs tind Rruslies,
Perfumery, Playing Cards,
Paper and Knvi lopes,
We have on hand the largest and best assorted iitock on the
Pacific Coast, to which we are receiving constant additions
We invite buyers to examine la-fore purchasing.
All orders entrusted to us will receive our particular attention.
TOltlN, MKAGMEK & CO.
219 to 225 Rattery, corner Sacramento St.,
401 to 400 Sacramento Street, (up stairs.)
410-6n jaii Francisco.
rMIE COPARTNERSHIP IN TIIE RAXK-
INfl r.L'slNESS heretofore existing between Eupeno
Kelly, of the city of New York, and Joseph A. Honnhoe, Win.
C Ralst.m, and Ralph S. Fretz, of S;in Francisco, under the
name of EUGENE KELLY & CO., New York, and I0N0H0E,
RALSTON & CO., San Francisco, wiil cease on the first day cf
July, 1804, Eugene Kelly aud Joseph A. Douohoe withdrawing
from the copai tnershij.
The business will lie settled in New York by Fugooe Kelly,
and in Sau Francisco by Wm. C. Ralston and R. 8. Fretz.
Depositors are requested to hand in their books for settlement
at the banking house of Douohoe, Ralston if Co.
ECO EN K KELLY,
H'er J. A. Donohoo, Attorney.
JOSEPH A. DONOHOE,
WM. C. RALSTON,
K. S. FRETZ.
San Francisco, June 13, 1SC4.
The undersigned calling attention to the foregoing card, give
notice that they will continue the business of the alove Co
partnership under the firm name of FRETZ h RALSTON,
until the Fifth Day of Jilt, 1804, when the same will be
transferred to THE RANK OF CALIFORNIA,
whose official circular is hereunto annexed.
WM. O. RALSTON.
R. S. FRETZ.
San Francisco, June 13, 18C4.
IXfORPORATED l'.DEIl TIIE LAVS OF HIE STATE.
Cuiilil ritIc, (paid up in Gold Coin,)
With the Privilege of Increasing to
:A. .1. POPE.
HERMAN MICH ELS,
!EORfflK II. II JWAIIK.
II. F. 1 ESCHEM ACHI R,
: MOSES ELLIS.
;A. V.. McCREARV,
R. M. JESI P,
S A. ML' EL KNIOHT,
A. -. IIKXRY.
.1. C. WI LM EKDINO,
II. W. CARl'ENTII.R.
ASA T. LAWTOX,
WM. E. RARRON,
lOHN O. EARL,
J. WIMTXKY, Jr.,
. F. UIFFIN,
Iorlln ml. Orison,
M I I.T.S
... I'rrIiff itt.
CoLKKSposriF.NTS i.v Nkw Youk. LEES A: WALLER, No.
33 line Street.
CoKRE."FOSDKST3 IS LONDON. RAN K OF LONDON.
The above named Corporation has been organized for tb
purfose of carrying on the Ranking and Exchange biiHinesa.
in all its branches, in this city and with the interior of thin
State, the netghlwring State and Territories ami with Mexico;
also 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 tf the corporation all
the efficiency and promptitude of a private banking firm,
together with that confidential Beclusion of private busincsn
matters so generally desired, the immediate management of its
aff.iirs is committed exclusively to I). O. M:ll and Wm. C.
Ralston, as President and Cashier rcsjiectively, to whom, or
either of them, the customers of the Rank will apply on all
D. O. MILLS, ;J- H. THOMAS,
LOUIS McL NE, .THOMAS P. ELL,
WM. NORRIS. !. J. POPE.
JOHNO. EARL. . y. OIFFIN,
HERMAN MICHEL?, JAMES WHITNEY, Jr.
7. C. RALSTON,
San Francisco, July 5:h, 1664.
HAWAIIAN PACKET LINE
Por San Prancisco.
rrgc- THE FOLLOWING FIRST-CLASS
clipper packets will hereafter run regularly in thia
SMVRNIOTE COO tons.
ONWARD 4.'iO ton.
A. A. ELDRIDGE 350 (on.
These vessels have superior cabin and steerage accommodations
fitted expressly for comfort and convenience of passengers.
ALDIUCH, WALKER t CO..
A pent 9.
Ai'nts at San Francisco,
c. W I:1HXKS i CO. 4:ii r;w
ROLI.E3 & Co.